I just had an ocpational evaluation and they said I needed a phase of work, but I just have a sick note for three weeks, which I`m going to do, I regret hearing about your health problems and I hope that the treatments will soon start to be effective. You are right that work of some kind is important for recovery, and to help you identify possible returns in samon options, if possible, you can talk to your family doctor or employer to refer you to Fit for Work for evaluation. You can also discuss with your employer whether Eranbe of the Occupational Health Service, whether he or she has an occupational health service provider or an external occupational health service provider, to assess what is feasible and what accommodations might be available to help you return to work during this period. During a gradual return, the right to health insurance (see general conditions for details) will be based on continuity of service, since at the beginning of the sick period, the staggered return is linked to return. Hello Lisa, If your form note says you were fit for work on January 5, then your “sick” period ended on January 4. If you did not participate in the work on January 5, your employer will need to use its own policies to inform you whether you can take annual leave or not. When your adjustment expired on Jan 5, your “sick” period ended on Jan. Which means you`re ready to go back to work on Jan. The Fit for Work I team will return to work after an operation after 7 weeks after a gradual return. My employer made me work for 5 shifts of 5 hours per shift these at 6 hours the following week. With the possibility of working full-time until the 3rd week, this right is there is no automatic right to full pay during a gradual return to work. Whether full compensation is an appropriate adjustment for your employer depends on the circumstances. Even if your employer decides that they can only pay you for the days you work, any outstanding occupational and/or legal sickness benefits can be used to re-recharge your income during your staggered return period.
I`m sorry to hear that you`re fighting – even though it`s a good thing you`ve managed to get back to your workplace, and it seems your employers are trying to offer support. Unfortunately, the recommendations for a GP note are only recommendations and can be implemented at the discretion of the employer. If this has not already been done, it may be helpful for your employer to carry out a stress risk assessment with you that will help you identify problem areas and help you stay at work and regain good health.