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I have started a new job for a month now and my manager keeps saying OH will contact to discuss my what they can offer me for my disability. I am now been put on observation on calls, but not doing my full work. keeps saying Monday to be then follows, now month has passed. I don't know what to do, I made a verbal complaint to my manager, she is being great chasing OH. Covid is the excuse, shouldn't take a month to support a new employee. Can anyone give me advise please, what to do? is it ok to leave the job, compensation I can claim from the company for the delay? Anything really appreciate it.
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