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- September 16, 2018 at 1:17 pm #33966
I think im correct in the saying he has acted illegally. i had a fact finding interview, gave my side and asked for evidence to back up my story.
This was never received.
Had a second fact finding interview on a different matter letter was given to me the day before the meeting was arranged. obviously i had no sleep that night as i was concerned about my job. during the interview i held my hands up to doing what was alleged. classed as gross misconduct with possible termination of contract. 2 other people had done the same thing and had just a telling off.
Four weeks later after not hearing a decision about the gross misconduct, i sent an email with reference the disciplinary procedure asking as to what was happening as i had not heard anything and wanted to move forward.
A few days later the boss phoned me up complaining about me speaking to another worker and saying that i was in the wrong and advised me that he again was going to take it further. although what he accused me of i did not say it was in fact the other employees operations manager who said the wrong thing. I advised him during the phone call that i was stressed over the way that he was dealing or not dealing with issues in a correct manner.
The next day i phoned in sick due to not again having any sleep.
On the Monday after the weekend i was advised that there would be a disciplinary hearing including the previous fact finding interviews.
On seeking advise i decided to hand in my notice honouring to do my notice period if he desire. which was 4 weeks.
I then received an email saying that the company would not accept my notice and was seeking advise from their solicitors. Later that day i received an email saying that company accepted my notice but did not require me to work it.
here's where it gets interesting : They stated that my employment finished on the day that i handed in my notice in and that i was not entitled to any notice pay. although i had offered if they desire.
I then sent another email advising that i had offered 4 weeks notice and they had said that it was not required.
I then received another email that said that they did not desire me to work my notice and therefore was not willing to pay it. the bos was a teacher and so does as far as he understands everything by the law.
How do i stand?
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