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Work: Starting At A New Employer - A Primer

Start Keeping Track Of Facts That Will Be Difficult To Remember Or Prove Later

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You're just starting to work for a new employer. Likely the last thing on your mind is the possibility that you may be discriminated against some time in the future, or that you may want to stop work and be considered to be "disabled"  because of your health condition or treatment.

However, now is the time to think about of these matters -- at least to the extent of starting to keep notes.

Keep notes about the positive things that happen to you at work, and those that could be considered to be discriminatory in a Work Journal.  Keep notes of how your health condition or treatment affects your ability to do your work in a Health Diary. The few minutes it takes you to make the notes can prove to be very valuable. Making the notes will also help keep you in control. 

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