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How might I explain to my HR that, despite being physically able/fit to work, that I can't return to work due to my surgery and job demands?

Rereading, it appears that your concern is that you would be embarrassed to go back to work until you could do so without the additional support. Depending on what grade you're teaching, that may or ...
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How might I explain to my HR that, despite being physically able/fit to work, that I can't return to work due to my surgery and job demands?

Assuming a US based healthcare system Married to a doctor, not a doctor myself, not giving medical advice, follow at your own risk. Be honest with your doctor and trust their decision with regards to ...
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How might I explain to my HR that, despite being physically able/fit to work, that I can't return to work due to my surgery and job demands?

This question dances the line between what we can answer and what we can't. There are two components to the question: 1: Medical Exemption. The short answer here is if the Doctor says you are okay to ...
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How do I approach going back to an old company?

You've already accepted an answer but I think a more effective approach is in the comments. My leaving wasn't the greatest. as I said above. we were very close. and He treated me like a son. When I ...
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How do I approach going back to an old company?

Almost never are people accepted back to their old company unless they have gone through significant changes in experience and knowledge. And when they go back, things are different from when they ...
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How do I approach going back to an old company?

How I would reply: I would start by outlining what your ideal role looks like, but not worry about the name of the position: Salary expectations Responsibilities direct reports or reporting lines ...
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HR came to me directly... what should I do

the question is should I ? Since you already have resigned there is really not much of a downside to talking to HR. What do you have to lose ? Then again: what's your goal here? Just going for a rant ...
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HR came to me directly... what should I do

1.) HR is never your friend. This fact has been stated multiple times in SE Workplace for a good reason. There are two possibilities. They actually want you to stay along with fixing the toxic ...
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