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  1. Thanks for all your replies - it seems I haven't got a leg to stand on by the sound of it. I found info on the 12 months or less and apparently as mentioned in a reply - have not got the same statutory rights as a person in continual employment for 12 months + Seems my employer are switched on then - they only contract for 12 months. I don't suppose adding that my contract states a THREE month probationary period and not six as stated in the letter? It just seems like breech after breech - but nothing can be done??? 3 tribunals currently running/ 2 managers/ 4 team leaders
  2. Hi HoneyBee13, Thank you for a speedy response. I understand they can extend my probatiobary period - but only for valid reasons surely?? Are 'not being able to drive' and a 'personally highlighted fact about my own abilities and confidence within the role - not the company' valid reasons??? Twelve months before any body has UK employment law protection? Surely not?? Is this right?? Regards
  3. Hi everyone, I hope someone can offer me advice regarding below. I started my new job on the 1st of June 2010 and was subject to a six month probationary period. Being a car driver was a ‘desirable’ element of the Person specifications - and not ‘essential’. Nor was it asked on my application form (have copies of both documents). It was raised during interview in which I stated a pay rise would help facilitate driving lessons but nothing more than that really. August 24th I have supervision. Asked about driving, spoke about options – ‘TARGET’ date of 1st March. (have copy of
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