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As a former HR person...please be carefull when speaking to HR as well. Yes they are there to assist you and insure that your supervisors do not step out of their legal obligations - BUT they are paid by the company. If I were you in your response I would limit the amount of personal information and stick to the fact that you have not exceeded allowed time off. ( IT doesnt matter to a company WHY you took off just that you had an allowed absence) Unfortunatly when they management sees longterm health issues flags go up and biasis occur- is it fair NO, is it right NO -- does it happen YES. In this economy companys are typically looking for any way to cut payroll so stress your positives and that you have not in fact exceeded the limits. Remember that ANY comments are documented and take notes yourself about meetings with everyone you speak to. Mentioning that you did offer to work from home per the suggestion of HR is good as this puts it back on them that they did not accept that offer. Just my two cents....Good Luck and sorry to hear that your boss is making things difficult.