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  1. I've written my letter, asking for a response in five days, so I'll come back and let you know what transpires!
  2. Thanks to you all, your feedback has been appreciated. Emmzzi thank you, my intention is exactly what you've pinpointed. I don't want to waste anyone's time or create any extra paperwork, just to be treated honestly and openly. Hopefully by asking this question, in writiting, tomorrow, I'll force an honest response out of him! I work in the private sector, not NHS, but my actions would be the same...perhaps less red tape to deal with where I am, so I guess I should be thankful!
  3. I've tried that, this manager discounts anyone else's experience of their roles out of turn. I've come to the end of the line now, and am ready to hand my notice in. After 15 years it is very hard though, when it is essentially the pressure of the way the new manager has mis-managed the branch (this request is the breaking point for me I guess) that has ground me down. As I have nothing to lose I was going to write to the manager tomorrow, I may be mad who knows, and request they make me redundant due to the obvious requirement they have for a body in the office (that can't be me). They are ma
  4. Thanks for the replies, they have been very reassuring. My contract is 40 hours a week. The office didn't change location, it's been in the same location since I joined the company...I moved across the country, but kept my position, working from home, as they could not replace me. Since I moved I've only ever gone into the office during leave, when I was visiting family in the area, at my own cost, or to attend a particular meeting (perhaps once a year, not regular, but when a manager visited from overseas perhaps). I've never worked from the office since moving away. I have had three ch
  5. Hello knowledgeable folk, I've been in the same role for the same company for 15 years, the last 8.5 of these years have been worked from home. Home is a minimum of 2 1/2 hours drive from the office location. My work is completed online, I've never had any issues raised with the quality of my work, or my location until now. A new manager has come in and stated that I should be in the office two to three days a month. There is a statement on my contract that I can be required to work from other locations within reasonable travel distance from my home. I've stated clearly that I am un
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