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(((Hugs))) to you and your DH. This is a tough thing to go through. DH is a wonderful, caring friend. Bob's bro? UGH!Quote from: Hillia on April 20, 2017, 09:27:26 AMDH is happy to do this for his friend, even though he's slowly burning through his PTO - as he says, he'll get another 10 days next year but Bob won't. Burning through his PTO is another example of your DH's awesomeness.Just a suggestion: Have DH talk to HR and/or his manager about why he's taking so much time off (not saying he hasn't already), but ask about extra time off (because it will get tougher as Bob's time grows shorter). Since Bob is probably on medical leave maybe there are ways to work around DH's regularly scheduled PTO allotment due to him helping out an employee.My dear CW was on med leave due to cancer. She didn't have any family so two of my CWs drove her to chemo and back (they had a closer off-work friendship with her than I did, so I did not participate). My manager was able to "forgive" some of this time off, and HR has a program where other employees can donate their PTO to anybody in need. Driving a CW to chemo qualified as "in need." Like I said, just a thought. Maybe something that will work out to give DH some PTO left after all is said and done.
DH is happy to do this for his friend, even though he's slowly burning through his PTO - as he says, he'll get another 10 days next year but Bob won't.
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