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  1. Hi I appreciate your advice which got me thinking from a different angle, I'm almsot certain my CV is "outdated" in comparison to today's competition. As suggested, I've sought the advice from an independant observer. I reaaly do appreciate your advice, thank you.
  2. Thank you for your honesty, I have no intention to lie to a potential employer, I'm struggling getting my CV accepted / past numerous agencies. For obvious reasons, I have to be careful what I post on this public forum, that said, I held a senior managerial position for a number of years with the same employer, in a specific field, I'm starting to think my CV layout / details / experience is the issue, not so much why I departed with my previous employer, thus, currently, still unemployed
  3. Hi, I'm after some advice, I'm struggling to find work, even via agencies, most are enquiring why I left my previous position, I've stated "I left for personal reasons which have now been rectified" following this, I'm not receiving any further communication, some have asked me to elaborate further which I've refused, I don't wish to disclose my ET claim or settlement agreement, I received a substantial figure given the senior position I held I have an unaccountable period on my CV from termination date to current date. Without disclosing my ET claim, would there be consequences if I stated on my CV I was made redundant, even though I had been there xxx amount of years? (at the time of my settlement agreement, my employer was going through a reorganisation programme. My previous employer reference is just standard, position, length of service.
  4. you no longer enjoyed the role and suffering from ill health at the time meant that it was a simple decision to resign and look for work later. That's a great answer, thank you
  5. If asked, and I've no doubt I will be, I intend to be honest but brief, I'll be hoest about the issues that resulted in my resignation, without disclosing it ended in an ET claim.
  6. Hi, Thank you, I think stating "I resigned for personal reasons but are no longer in the same situation" is a good reason for why I left. I'm currently doing agency work, the role I'm currently doing is basic, and doesn't equate to the senior position I held with my previous employer, I took agency work to get myself back into a work routine.
  7. Hi! My partner and I rent a private property and we pay rent and bills 50/50 both on minimum wage however I will retire a few years before him ,will I get help with rent and bills, he can't afford to pay it all out of his wages I will be claiming normal retirement pension and only have a very small amount in my work pension .

  8. Thank you for your honesty. What took place with my former employer is personal to me, I'd rather not elaborate on the issues to any potential employer, I’ve recovered, departed with them and moved on. I had over 10 years service with my previous employer, and had an explanatory record; issues only arose in the last 12 months due to my personal circumstances changing (not affecting my role or requirements) I signed an agreement not to disclose the contents or details of the agreement, I believe this was binding on both sides. As I mentioned earlier, the "employment solicitor" I hired, didn't fulfil me with confidence.
  9. Hello, Yes, it's ove now and I'm usure ehat reason to declare for leaving my previous job.
  10. Following ET proceedings with my previous emoployer, I accepted an out of court settlemet, part of that my employer will provide a reference if requested I'm unsure what reason to give on future applications, "reason for leaving" Clearly, being honest and disclosing why I left, is not going to place me favourable. Any advice please?
  11. Thank you Uncle, I'll consider giving it a shot, but tbh, I think I'm on a loser with it.
  12. Thank you uncle, Just one question, in the event my complaint to the FOS is upheld (and that's a big if) any idea what sanction the FOS can impose / award? Am I likely to get back (currently) £7000 I've already paid out?
  13. Thank you, I'm unsure where to take if, if anywhere, the fact I've had an insurance policy now cancelled, may create difficulties when obtaining future insurance, albeit, at no stage did I intentionally mean to mislead, which is what the company claim I did.
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