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Asking for a friend and any advice appreciated. She is on universal credit with her partner(female) and two young children and had a job working early morning shifts whilst also trying to earn money self employed (all declared). She has suffered bullying, humiliation in front of colleagues and sexual harassment from her boss, the owner of the business. She is also disabled and in receipt of mobility DLA. One of the children is also disabled. Yesterday she had enough and, in tears, walked out and refuses to go back to work. They have been trying to contact CAB for advice but are worried that she will now face sanctions for leaving her job voluntarily, although, as I understand it, she seems to have good reason and will be pursuing legal action against her boss. (Sanctions are only imposed if you leave your job WITHOUT GOOD REASON as far as I know). Can someone advise, is she likely to be sanctioned? How difficult is it going to be to get redress for the harassment and bullying? Thank you.
tried to quit smokeing 3 times previously but always started again after a week or so! Always found the craveings so hard to deal with (tried cold turkey/patches/gum) and have finally found something that acutally works BEHOLD the boots nasal spray! makes you sneeze, cough, eyes water and feeks like your snorting lava at first but once you get used to it (15 sprays later) they work to stop the craveings very well and i would reccomend them to anyone! im comeing up to my first week and thought id put a post on here because its very hard to do and i know other people out there will be struggling to quit!!! but i really cant believe how much the spray works! happy quiting everyone i used to spend around £3.50 a day on smokes thats 1277.50 a year £12775 over 10 years Thats a very nice used range rover up in smoke every decade! anyone else makeing the plunge to quit????