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Simple Methods For Getting Organized: Health, Personal Life, Work

Organizing Your Work Life Related To Your Health

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  • While at work: 
    • Keep your employee handbooks handy. If you don't have a copy, get one. (You do not have to explain the reason for the request other than you cannot find your copy.)
    • In case you are discriminated against at work because of your health condition, it is extremely helpful to have what the law refers to as a "contemporaneous" diary - a diary of events as they occur. We call it a "Work Journal." To see a simple journal, click here.
    • If you take time off, it can become difficult to keep track whether it is part of allowed personal days, vacation time, sick leave, the Family and Medical Leave Act or another employer program. It's easy to keep track if you chart the time off. For a sample chart, click here.
  • If you return to work:

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