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Reapplying with the same background but no hire because of background

All that you were told after being terminated was that you could apply later, perhaps as a courtesy and path to the least amount of conflict/friction. That wasn't any guarantee that you'd be hired if ...
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Reapplying with the same background but no hire because of background

It's good pay and I need the job, and I would like to go back to work there, but I don't feel like they're being fair telling me that I'm not being hired because of my background. I think that that's ...
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Reapplying with the same background but no hire because of background

Firstly: they can hire/not hire whoever they choose. You have zero proof of there being any discrimination so no you have no recourse. Now to address your suspicions: there are multiple things that ...
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What else can be done to manage work stress and mental health issues?

I think the key here is to decide what is your desired end state. Where do you want to be 5 years from now? Do you want to be living off of social security disability or working on your career. If ...
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What else can be done to manage work stress and mental health issues?

If your "healthcare provider" is a medical doctor or psychiatrist (someone with a Ph.D and licenses to practice medicine), then you should do the following: You should try to get an official ...
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