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Unread 02-13-2013, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default Job position change

I was injured at work and have since seen several doctors. One of which was a neuro-psychologist for an assessment. That Dr found several deficiencies and the recommendations mean I can no longer perform the job I was hired for. My foremen has advised when I return to work tomorrow I must work in the parts room. Not in my job description and there is no position open there. Basically I think they do not know what to do with me and this is their best idea of trying to meet the law. Any opinions would be appreciated.
49, Male Married, PCS since June 2012, headaches, Back pain, neck pain, attention deficit, concentration deficit, processing speed deficit, verbal memory deficit, PTSD, fatigue, tinutitus, tremors.

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