Hi everyone, as you may have seen from my working thread "how to convince your employer", convincing my employer to give me a schedule that meets both the company's and my needs took a long time - however I finally got afternoon starts and things are going OK. Nowadays, I generally start around 12:30-1pm. The doctor's letter attesting to the IBS-D and pain was submitted and I haven't been fired for chronic lateness yet. However, with an average of just 20 hrs/week, I started looking for something else and found an opportunity in my current company, for another department.The other department supervisor, let's call him Bob, asked the internal candidates who applied for the openings (they are relying on about 5 internal employees and hired another 10 or so external ones) for our availabilities for the upcoming training. Since I'm an internal candidate, he said my training would be shorter than external ones since I already know our software+tools. I replied indicating:I'm generally available afternoons. Either May xx or xx between 12 and 5:30pm should be okay.What does he reply back?I haven't yet planned the training, but if needed would you be available earlier then noon on May xx, say around starting at 10am instead?------Uh oh. I don't know if I should mention the IBS to him, or just tell him for medical reasons I'm unable to guarantee a morning start, which is why I prefer afternoons. I guess I could have figured this issue might come up, but I was hoping it wouldn't, which is why I suggested a noon start would be OK. What would you say at this point? The new position allows me to finally learn something new in another department and a field I enjoy. My customer service job in the my current department is getting really long in the tooth.