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New York voluntary quit anxiety

by anon
(New York)

I started working for a medical company, I never did anything like that before. I had to read and enter procedures and diagnosis'. I have had a lot of illness in my family and started to get anxiety attacks only on the job. I tried to overcome it. After 3 months of working there, they turned into panic attacks to the point where i would have to go home or not show up, my work was below standards since the beginning. I did tell my manager since she called me in to her office to calm me down, I told her how sick I get and how my nerves are affecting my work, I told her that it only happens at work but I did not specify that it was from reading the medical stuff. She only said that she would check my work from now on (which I told her would make me more nervous, I then told her I am going to go to the doctor) I also went into my boss's office and said that I don't know what to do and I would be going to the Dr. He just wanted a note. I went to the doctor and he said to find another job. However he said he couldn't write that down. I have a copy of my chart stating that I couldn't perform the job due to anxiety in work field. I called my boss and told him the dr said to look for work in another field. Then I put in my claim. I am in the waiting period now. Will I be accepted? Are they going to call me and question me further?

Hi Anon,

Oh, I'd count on it if I were you. How long did you work there? What kind of doctor did you go to?

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Jun 03, 2009
by: Anonymous

about three months but I worked another job before that and left because they were going under and bounced 4 of my checks. I went to my family dr. after running out of my job in the middle of the day and not being able to come in for two days after that. I can count on getting it?! ...or just count on them calling me? I want to be prepared and say the right things.


You can count on them calling you.

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