I am a deaf person and yesterday my office had a meeting about fire safety to which I was not invited as there as no interpreter. Should I raise this with my seniors?
January 26, 2019
Name - Madhushree, New Delhi
Hi, You must raise this with the HR department as this is an important issue involving your safety at work.
You have the right to be informed about emergency measures like everyone else. If your HR does not respond in a sensitive manner, you should speak to your department head and pursue the matter.
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