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XanaDUer2

(10,065 posts)
Wed Jun 15, 2022, 05:59 PM Jun 2022

Certified letter still a mystery.

The sender area read XXX ( 3 letters that usually indicate the county I worked for) and DHR. which i took to mean dept of human resources. Called them again today, and the assistant checked and said she sees no letter from them. I called my lawyer's office to see if they sent me a CL, no. But they were interested in what it was. I'm an beyond stressed and lost about this. I'm hoping it's redelivered tomorrow.

I don't need this shit. I'm worried its time sensitive important information

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Certified letter still a mystery. (Original Post) XanaDUer2 Jun 2022 OP
Send hr & lawyer an email SheltieLover Jun 2022 #1
Thanks, Hon XanaDUer2 Jun 2022 #2
I'd send email SheltieLover Jun 2022 #3
Yes XanaDUer2 Jun 2022 #4
And save envelope & any delivery documentation SheltieLover Jun 2022 #6
I just emailed an hr lady XanaDUer2 Jun 2022 #8
Forward your email to lawyer SheltieLover Jun 2022 #9
Yeah, first I'll see wth this letter is XanaDUer2 Jun 2022 #10
Ok. SheltieLover Jun 2022 #11
Thanks XanaDUer2 Jun 2022 #12
Good advice nt spooky3 Jun 2022 #5
Thx SheltieLover Jun 2022 #7
As a former school employee, I agree with these statements. OldBaldy1701E Jun 2022 #13

SheltieLover

(57,073 posts)
1. Send hr & lawyer an email
Wed Jun 15, 2022, 06:04 PM
Jun 2022

This leaves a virtual paper trail.

And save the notice of attempted delivery.

Usually, there is a time frame cushion to allow for delivery.

Pls keep us posted.

XanaDUer2

(10,065 posts)
2. Thanks, Hon
Wed Jun 15, 2022, 06:06 PM
Jun 2022

I had to fill the little piece of paper out and say redelivery with my signature. The mail human took it today. I may email just in case.

I'm flummoxed

SheltieLover

(57,073 posts)
6. And save envelope & any delivery documentation
Wed Jun 15, 2022, 06:12 PM
Jun 2022

👍

I'd take it a step farther & scan images into computer & email them to myself & at least 1 other person for safe keeping. (Can you tell I've been screwed by life every way imaginable, and then some?)



In email, express concern about timing of delivery & a possible deadline passing.

XanaDUer2

(10,065 posts)
8. I just emailed an hr lady
Wed Jun 15, 2022, 06:28 PM
Jun 2022

I've dealt with in the past. I should have scanned the delivery slip. I get so agitated

SheltieLover

(57,073 posts)
9. Forward your email to lawyer
Wed Jun 15, 2022, 06:42 PM
Jun 2022

For future ref, you can bcc lawyer, or just copy her or him in. Might be a bit of leverage in your favor.

XanaDUer2

(10,065 posts)
10. Yeah, first I'll see wth this letter is
Wed Jun 15, 2022, 06:57 PM
Jun 2022

I only care about getting my LTD payments and my COBRA. like I said, I'm perplexed by this whole thing if it's not former HR

SheltieLover

(57,073 posts)
7. Thx
Wed Jun 15, 2022, 06:14 PM
Jun 2022

If you don't fully document an event, it didn't happen (legally), or so they can argue.

Solid documentation will cut them off at the knees. 👍

OldBaldy1701E

(4,830 posts)
13. As a former school employee, I agree with these statements.
Thu Jun 16, 2022, 06:44 PM
Jun 2022

The only way to handle 'those' parents is to make sure you document everything. It is also true with handling corporations and those who embrace bureaucracy.

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