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  1. Having no one to talk to, I thought I could post here. I have spoken to my manager at least four times about a member of the team I work with who never even acknowledges me whilst at work, this person seems to be angry at everything, my manager has not done anything apart from the fact she says she will talk to him. Today whilst on holiday I receive a letter to attend a Formal Investigatory meeting because this person has raised a formal grievance against me, no details have been given apart from my alleged behaviour towards them and my percieved attitude, no other details. Its shocking because I have tried to deal with this by speaking to my manager when it was clear there was a problem. How do I now deal with this and this has now ruined the rest of my holiday I feel sick to my stomach ??
  2. Hi all, I received a recorded letter from my employer today, inviting me to a meeting. This meeting is on 15/5/13 at 11am. It states " This meeting has ben arranged because we are in the process of investigating allegations that have been made regarding your conduct in the workplace." I would like to know if I have the right to know what these allegations are before I go into the meeting? Many thanks
  3. 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 occurred stating that my disability falls under DDA ( equalities act), and pointing out their obligation to me to make reasonable adjustments- and making suggestions. None of this was put into place ( or fed back to me), the incident that occurred is directly related to my disability- but I am being accused of doing this deliberately. No action has taken place by the organisation to put in place reasonable adjustments, and a development plan that was devised for me in August of this year included performance items directly related to the traits identified by THe OH people that I needed help with( reasonable adjustments)- but no adjustments have taken place. Basically - I have been told the organisation are looking to get rid of me - and I am fighting for my job and career here. I feel I need to raise a grievance here under equalities act - but would like advice when the best time would be to do it?- before the investigatory on Wednesday- or wait till after? also should I raise an Et1 to tribunal - I don't want it to go out of date. Union rep is useless. any advice is very gratefully received- I can't give much more detail as they are watching my every move!!!!!!
  4. Hi all, I've been 'invited' to attend an investigatory interview over an allegation of wrongdoing, along with other colleagues. I have been told that I am not allowed to speak of the matter, or speak to any of my colleagues regarding this or there will be 'implications'. Are my employers allowed to restrict my speech? I'm close to my colleagues both inside and outside of work, its kind of bizzarre all being under investigation, and knowing that each other is, but not being able to talk about it.
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