They were concerned because I'd disclosed that I was suicidal.
It wasn't until December 18 that I saw their psychiatrist.
Hm, sounds pretty biased if you ask me.
The exact situation I expressly told them NOT to put me in.
They were wrong and their incompetence needlessly delayed resolving my grievance yet again.
Management at my department, however, decided to lose their collective shit.
Sorry but telling me I have a "duty of loyalty" to my employer is a LITTLE tactless, and I don't play well with people who abuse their power.
1) Will be unemployed
2) Lose my union health benefits that I need to pay for my medication and therapy
3) Am no longer a union member, effectively killing my grievances, wasting my energy, and re-traumatizing me for no reason.
This is not okay and there needs to be a huge change in the public service.