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Hi All,

 

I started my current role within the NHS on February 20th 2012. Unfortunately, I was informed in July that the hospital was carrying out a re-structure and at very least my job would be changed. Once i received the job description for the new role that I had been 'pooled' into I decided to look for something new. It is worth noting that there are 7 staff going for 6 Jobs, the re-structure is going ahead mid-october. I was offered a new role towards the end of August, the new employer preferably wanted me to start as soon as possible and i advised them I had a one month notice period (to the best of my knowledge i thought this was the case) .Upon speaking with my current management , as I was just outside of my probationary period which would have ended on the 20th August, I would have to carry out my full 2 months notice as stated in my contract.

 

To add to the confusion, I am going to work for a company who's client is the NHS, so it is not quite as simple as 'walking out the door' as it will have a severe impact on relations between by new & current employer. The worst case scenario at present is that I cannot take the new job as there is too long a wait before I can start and I also lose my current job. My line manager will not budge and HR have advised me that there is nothing they can do. Could anybody give any advice on the best course of action to take going forward?

 

J

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Unfortunately not, I have just returned from a 3 week spell abroad and therefore any leave that I have left would mean that I have taken too much for the amount of time that I have been employed here.

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