I did provide proof of my disability, a doctors note and my state disability papers. But every time and its only been three or four times I speak to the manager @ the agency she is extremely rude and I think she invades my privacy. My documents are clear from my doctor and she wants to get up close and personal.
Also, I did not sign any document(s) preventing me from leaving or accepting any other job. Just like they can fire me at will, I can leave at will.
Bottom line, all i was asking was if any of my rights (if I had any) while on disability were being violated by this lady. It's not about being UPSET, its about being treated as a human being and its NOT by choice I became ill. No need for rudeness SMOOTHY.
Hey..I wasn't being rude...I was telling you like it is...if you read what you have written so far...its clear you have an attitude. I'm trying to get you to recognize it before you put you foot in it. Because if you haven't yet, you are dangerously close to it.
You employer has the right to that info...you have the right to not give it to them...they in turn have the right to terminate you immediately. Those are the rights that apply here.
Sorry but that's life...that's reality, that's how it is. Its clear you don't have much experience in the workforce or it would be obvious. I've worked for seven different companies plus two temp agencies over the last 32 years. I'm speaking from personal experience.
Honestly its your life....you can take some advice..or you can go get yourself fired and learn the same thing the hard way. Its your choice.
I'm not your family, and neither is your employer....neither HAS to be nice, and I guarantee you, you employer will be a lot more harsh than I can be, because they can fire you on a minutes notice and I can't.
And if anything, in this economy...particularly now...there are a LOT of people that would be willing and able to take that job in an instant. And your temp agency knows it, and so does the company you are contracted out to. And there are thousands that would move halfway across the country just have your job. Because they have been unable to find one for a year or more.
That's life for tens of millions of families right now. It might not be as easy to get that next job.
Word of advice....
I hope you listen.