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  1. Hi - I'll try to make this as concise as possible! My wife works as a nurse at a dental practice (mainly NHS patients). She returned to work this week after a weeks sick leave (not related to the disciplinary issue) and was called into a meeting with the practice manager immediately upon arrival. She was advised that she was expected to attend a meeting that lunchtime with one of the dentists regarding complaints made, which she did with some trepidation. She was informed that certain complaints had been made about her surgery whilst on sick leave, two of which she vehemently denies, t
  2. Hi, I just want to introduce myself to everyone in this forum. I believe that I will share some unique ideas and experiences with you all in this forum and also learn a lot from you people. Thank you very much to everybody here.
  3. Hi, I am looking for a little advice. I have an appeal against redundancy meeting coming up, and papers will be exchanged next week. My last day at/of work was end of Jan, and I received my redundancy settlement at that time. I am appealing on the grounds that the redundancy process was flawed, and I was targeted after raising serious concerns about health & safety. I believe I have a strong case supported by a large amount of evidence. I had been treated unfairly over a 2/3 year period and 2 years ago suffered depression & a breakdown. I returned after 2 months sick leave an
  4. hi everyone - I'm hoping for a little help? I'm having a really rough time at work- and it is seriously affecting my mental health to the extent I have been signed off for the past 6 weeks. I was told to attend an investigatory meeting with HR regarding allegations that happened approx 8 months ago. the time this dragged on has led to my mental health issues - unbelievably - OH are being very supportive of me! meeting is Wednesday. basically- on looking at info I SAR'd from organisations OH company- there are two individual reports from two members of staff dated in the month the incident
  5. Hello There Everyone, I have been off sick from work for 11 weeks due to anxiety and depression and have been asked to come in for a 'capability meeting' on Tuesday. I have only been told today about this meeting when I called in to advise that I had got another sick line from doctor. This seems very short notice especially for getting a letter from doctor to advise I am unfit to attend. I was met with employer and was disciplined 2 weeks ago for an issue which arose before I went off sick and I think my employer may have assumed that as this issue now resolved I would be ready
  6. Hi i am currently letting my cousin stay in my property - he only pays enough money to cover bills virgin, tv licence, water etc when he first moved in i rang council tax and told them his name but that i would be paying it still they said that was ok. It was anticipated that he would only be there for a short while unfortunately he has since had a child for whom he now has sole responsibility however he remains a single person so would be entitled to 25% discount which is what i am claiming although it is my name. I have now received a card asking me to contact council tax to arrange a meetin
  7. Hi there, I have been called forward to a final stage sickness meeting and im terrified that i am going to be fired, i have been sent a document from the HR department outling all the days that i have been off, many of them relate to migranes, something that i have been bugged with for years. Both The OH doc and my neurologist have said that these are disabilites and are covered by the DDA, however going through the list, i have noticed lots of inaccuracies especially regarding the number of days i have been off. There have also been recent events where people have reported that
  8. Hello all. After a few absences in the last 7 months (3 separate periods all with the same medical condition and all accompanied by a Dr's note) and returning to work over a month ago, I was informed that I would be receiving a verbal warning for unsatisfactory attendance. After waiting over a month for this meeting, I was informed yesterday afternoon that the meeting was scheduled for today. I was just wondering if it is usual to have to wait such along time from returning to work and receiving the disciplinary warning? Also, part of the warning means that I am unable to
  9. I had an investigation meeting at work recently following three allegations of mis-conduct. The first allegation is that I failed to apply legal protection to a case. Basically, the formal process is that we question a client and if they say they already have their own legal protection in place, we do not apply our own legal protection. I did question the client as per the process and the client confirmed they do have legal protection in place, so I did not apply legal protection. My employer is saying that I should have asked the client more detailed questions. The second allegation
  10. I attended a formal meeting with line manager and person from HR about my recent Occ Health report. I had a doctors appointment to talk about the possibility of an operation after this meeting. However after a short discussion about the report the manager changed the subject to an incident I had earlier that day with a supervisor where I made what I had thought a minor flippant comment (even the supervisor told me it was all sorted out when I spoke to him, but he was obviously lying). The manager then continued to 'grill me' about the incident. I asked him not to continue with his questi
  11. Wonder if anyone can give me a few pointers when I attend this meeting please? Brief history...was taken ill Feb 14th 2011 spent 5 weeks in hospital, in which time I had to have an operation to repair a ruptured intestine and after suffered many serious post-op complications, I have kept my work Manger informed of my progress or lack of it, supplied sick notes as needed. My sick pay ended after 26 weeks and am now on ESA(support) and DLA. I cannot return, as yet, to my employment due to my wound refusing to heal and being an infection risk, both for myself and the people I would
  12. My employer wants to arrange a welfare meeting at my home addess,as i have been on the sick since 20/12/2011. I have had an eye operation but still have double vison with my left eye advise please
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