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Hi all. Maybe I am being a bit over concerned here. A while back someone advised that I should seek a referral to Occi Health. Given that I have been on anti-D's for over 3 years now. I spoke to the employers nurse a few days later and mentioned this to her. She said she would mention it and asked for my permission to contact my gp for my notes, which I granted. Turns out my gp hasn't been contacted by my employer. On Monday I had a disciplinary for missing 3 days since January. In 2012 I missed 18 days in total (sick certificates have no bearing on whether or not you get a warning). Firstly they don't seem interested in helping to try reduce your absence, only reminding you that you need to turn up for work. Secondly, at the end of the meeting I mentioned the issue of my notes from the gp to the HR officer present. Her reply was, "You want us to see your notes?" Sounded to me like she was trying to make out I was doing something wrong. My concern is that by trying to avoid recognising that I am being treated for depression and therefore have a disability. Then they don't have to treat me as such. Whether that would mean more leniancy in regards discipline or whatever. Does this also mean that the duty of care they are so keen to talk about doesn't really exist! That is the impression I get. Thanks in advance for any help. Even if it's only to say I have nothing to be concerned about.
my car recently developed a fault see picture attached , i took it to BMW and they wanted £650 to repair on top of the £100 i just paid to have a diagnostic . so i thought i would go see my friend that owns his own garage , so he rang bmw to confirm this could be done and they told him yes a second hand part can be put in and it will all be ok . so he fitted it , but couldn't turn the light , this can only be done by bmw , even though they told him he could do it . so i decided to get rid of the car , i got the service coming up the mot , it needs 4 new tyres and various other things , not cheap . i saw a vauxhall astra and thought i would go for that price £7249 , so i went and looked at the car , text drove it etc . the salesman looked at the car , came back in took his mate out and looked again , he then came back in and said he would give me £6000 as is for the car . so i said ok there are some others i want to look at first but will get back to you . i looked at some others , but decided to go back to the original dealer , i went in and seen a different sales guy , spoke to him and he pulled up all the paper work . he said i could have the car now , so i went home changed my insurance over and came back . we signed all the paper work and i paid the money , even the log books were signed over , they have this paperwork you have to sign that says that i am not aware of any faults , to me there were no faults , the car just needed programming . he then took the key to my car and went to look at it , he then came back in and said deal is off , i can't take your car because the light that is on is a critical light and means work needs doing , so i told him a bout the repair and he even spoke to the mechanic that did the repair . the dealer still refused to release the car even tho i now technically own the car , and he gave me my car back as a loan car to drive on their insurance and told me to bring it back when its repaired . i felt like i had no choice and i even let the dealer book the car in to be repaired . i wasn't happy because 1 sales guy said to me and i quote "£6000 as is" and 2 guys looked at it and he still wanted the sale . i would like to know where i stand on this ? was i in the wrong by saying no faults ? , because as far as i was aware the fault was fixed , it was just a light that couldn't be turned off .