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Hi. I went back to work after shielding but the adjustable desks are still broken. I was sent home as managers are aware that without these reasonable adjustments, I am unable to work. It's a desk that allows me to sit and stand whilst taking calls in the call centre due to my mobility issues. HR then emailed me asking me to use my annual leave until the desks are fixed bearing in mind they've been broken for months. My concern is that all my annual leave will be used up but also, I don't think it's right that they are asking me to use it. Does anyone have any advice please?
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