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  1. Thank you for your time and advice. We're looking for some general advice on this issue regarding my partner who is off work with depression caused by her workplace. The employer has told us they will visit this Thursday to "discuss her absence". Here's a bit of the back story: Mt partner is a Cleaner. She is off work due to depression, this was caused by her undergoing treatment for recurring miscarriages and her Manager moving her from a job she was happy in to another part of the company where it is very quiet, no interaction and a totally different world than where she had bee
  2. I wonder is anyone has some advice. The company I work at is in a lot of financial trouble and is trying to combat this by sacking the easiest targets it can find. Disciplinary procedures have not been followed in lead up to this and no notice or severance pay is being given. I have seen other threads that talk a lot about the 12 month requirement to employment rights. The company recently underwent a merger in which ALL employees were made to sign new contracts. Does this mean that no-one will have their SER's ?! Also, I personally have been there for 15 months but have changed roles 4 times
  3. Hello all Just a quick one. If someone is offered Secondment, but has not accepted or signed agreeing to it - how is it viewed in employment law if said person is then told that on a specific date they will no longer be employed by their original employer? No start date for the Secondment has been agreed with the new employer. Thanks for any replies.
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