Good evening I was injured at work and s...

Asked by Anonymous on 24-02-2021 20:16:42
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape

Good evening I was injured at work and subsequently taken to hospital where they tested me for covid I tested positive and the Dr put me on 10days isolation and 3 days sick leave for my injury I never got paid for my isolation period and I recently discovered that my HR filled in and signed a leave form without my knowledge I would like to know what I can do in such a situation and the more I send them messages and phone them the more they ignore me or block me on whatsap can you please provide me with legal advice as to what I can do please and thank you

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