Question: “Last year I became ill shortly after I was given a new assignment. I
was gone about two months and then returned to work eager to continue
my assigned responsibilities. The day I reported back to work, my new
responsibilities were taken away and I was reassigned to grunt work,
basically "put out to pasture." My title and salary remain the same, so
the company could not be accused of discrimination. I am about four
years from retirement. I like the company, and I don't want to go on
the job market at this point. I have given essential services and
skills to the company for 13 years. No one else in the admin staff has
the particular knowledge or skill set I have. I have offered to train
or coach the others so that they can carry on when I retire, but no one
seems interested. Is there anything I can do to stay as valued and
appreciated as I was before my illness? Or is my only option to write
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