Posted in the Halliburton Forum
#1 Aug 6, 2010
If you ever find yourself on short term disability with Halliburton, good luck. The people in the disability office are very unprofessional and I believe very incompetent. My doctor repeatedly sent document after document to the disability office and even offered to talk to them on the phone. The people in the disability office wouldn't even take his phone call. It is very hard to ask for help and when I finally did, I got it from my doctors but not from Halliburton disability. I would say they complicated my problem to the point were I wanted to give up. Good luck to any Halliburton employee who has a serious illness and has to deal with these people. This is Halliburton, it shouldn't be this hard to get help from your disability department when you have a serious illness and your doctors are even trying to help you with your disability paperwork.
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