Based on px hx OP is either in NH or MA. TMK there is no Londonderry Massachusetts.We've been over this in a number of other threads, you do not have a disability or be a member of a protected class to be subject to illegal discrimination based on class attributes.
Is that the case here, I do not know, but the OP does not need to have a disability for this to be illegal,
I know...I spent 4 of the longest years of my life right next door to Londonderry(not a fan). But it still isn't in Mass. OP should clarify where the company is. I believe that NH and MA employment law are a bit different.But Londonderry is near enough to the border to be a commuter.
According to posting hx, OP lives in NH, works in MA.I know...I spent 4 of the longest years of my life right next door to Londonderry(not a fan). But it still isn't in Mass. OP should clarify where the company is. I believe that NH and MA employment law are a bit different.
We appreciate the update, LONDONDERRY.been a while and just an update... still at the same company with same manager, nice guy in general but still tells me a I have a learning disability on occasion; even though I talked with him about not like hearing this. I'm not looking to get anyone or the company in trouble, but in the same token I'm tired of hearing these comments. I have a few questions I would like to ask the experts:
1. At what point should I make HR aware of this situation? Again, not looking to cause any problems which I'm concern it will and have kept quiet.
2. Can tasks, even simple, ones be pulled away from me?
I believe the underlining problem I was hired to replace a engineer that left. From what they, employees, told me he was a super smart talented engineer who knew a lot on the products and was a "go-to" person to solve issues when most couldn't. The expectation that I've noticed was to have the same depth of knowledge and experience on my first day, with minimal or no training; sort of a brain transplant. I actually had the opportunity to meet my predecessor and ask him how long did it take you to come up to speed, his reply was about 4 years.
Thank you for taking the time reading this.
It could be defamation, though, depending on facts - not that I think a defamation suit is worth considering at this point.