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    Default Re: Grievance: have I quoted the correct laws?

    Thank you. It's currently with ACAS.


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    Default Re: Grievance: have I quoted the correct laws?

    Quote Originally Posted by Salty Dog and me View Post
    Thank you. It's currently with ACAS.

    It is?


    So you are not filling an internal grievance?


    I am totally lost about what you are doing!

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    Default Re: Grievance: have I quoted the correct laws?

    Thank you all for your help.


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    Thank you. It's currently with ACAS.
    My suggestion is that you take this time to research case law relevant to your Claim From what I gather you have a Breach of Contract Claim and Discrimination Claim

    If your Discrimination Claim is out of time, you might not be allowed to bring in the Breach of Contract Claim This is due to the fact that you only worked there for 9 months So check your time limits

    Take this time to research the best way to plead a Discrimination Claim If you plead your Claim properly, the other side would most likely settle quickly

    Make sure you tell your story ie say what happened Don't quote laws

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    Default Re: Grievance: have I quoted the correct laws?

    From the employer point of view they will murk the waters with the 2 hours assault.
    They will insist on this as it seems the most striking point in your story and surely something which one would remember.
    They will probably say that you are responsible for your own safety (and they would be right), so why didn't you and your colleague run away as soon as the assault happened?
    They will probably 6that this was just another day at the office and you are at best exaggerating the events.
    Was the resident arrested at later date?
    If so, has he been charged, convicted?
    If he hasn't your bosses will inevitably try to say that nothing of relevance happened and you have used this minor incident as an excuse to resign and claim.
    That's why as others suggested, you need to shorten your story and think of any cover up answer you might get.
    You have to cover every angle, so if the 2 hour assault is not factually an assault (if the assailant has not been charged), then think carefully about including it or wording it as an assault rather than an incident.



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