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  1. I'm confused about the 'giving them notice' part of it. I mean, I dont intend to work another day there, so am I not giving them zero notice?? My last day of service has been and gone?? thanks.
  2. What would happen if I sent them a resignation letter? Would they then stop pestering me about the hearing? And would that depend on whether they accept my resignation or not??
  3. It is the hearing. Already had the investigation meeting. How do I word the letter? Meeting is supposed to be on Monday at Midday. If I send a letter today it should get there in the morning? I'm even more anxious on the phone and so can't call them.
  4. I potentially could, but they've given me such short notice that I don't think that would be feasable.
  5. Hi Becky. Thanks for your reply. Yes, I think that's what I want. My mind can't handle any more stress. And I wouldn't wish to work there anymore, anyway. People wouldn't treat me the same. Would they likely pester me with future dates which I'd be asked to attend instead, or would they likely just go ahead with the hearing without me since I'd given them my written permission?
  6. I don't wish to attend my disciplinary meeting. I've suffered from anxiety/depression for years and I don't feel up to it. I am expecting to be sacked anyway and wouldn't go back even if I wasn't sacked. They've not given me much notice. Can I send them a letter which they'll likely receive on the day of the planned meeting saying that I am unavailable and that they have permission to go ahead without me? Thanks.
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