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by Margaret Johnson
What can I do to get reinstated
I asked for quieter work space, a cooler work space, communicated dizziness and numbness to employer and managers. The hot environment was too much. I was terminated and told although I had made some progress... I was not at the level they needed.
Here is a quick answer to your question. I will answer in more detail when I do a little more research.
As far as I can see from the little information you provided, your employer fired you illegally. You asked for what is called reasonable accommodations - a cooler, quieter workspace. This, in my opinion, was not a good reason to let you go.
Tri-County Independent Living is a non-profit organization that advocates for people with disabilities. You can also call or write the National MS Society in your area. They will also be able to give you answers as to what you can and should do.
I don't know all of your circumstances, so can't tell you specifically what to do. An advocate can sit down with you and give you specific answers to your situation.
Hope this helps.
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