Since working from home is not the norm, has anyone got any experience on getting signed off due to stress? I won’t give too many details but I’ve been allowed to work from home but become increasingly stressed as I’ve had very little contact or guidance on what work I should be doing then made to feel guilty for not doing much or stupid for asking for guidance on tasks I’ve been given. I keep offering to do more, even suggesting work I could do and I’m met with no response at all or a simple, “I’ll let you know”. Today was the last straw as I was asked what progress is made on a task I’d been given. I’d emailed last week for clarification on some of it but had no reply so when I emailed back to say I hadn’t been able to do much as I needed help, I was made to feel awful about it. I also have to go in occasionally to complete admin that can’t be done at home and the safety measures they said they’d put in place for me they haven’t stuck to which is making me anxious each time I’m asked to go in as the COVID cases are rising. Now this isn’t the first run in I’ve had with this head, and I’m not the only one who has felt like they’ve been bullied or pushed out (quite a few people left at the end of the year due to it). A few colleagues have suggested I get signed off but will a doctor even do this if I’m working from home?