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Hiya All

 

I have a very Basic Question concerning Policies/Procedures.

 

If a Employer has acted under various policies and procedures [in a way that targetted/excluded individuals/groups] which turn out not to exist - how would that affect a potential employment tribunal case? How would you explain the non-existance to a Judge?

 

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Too theoretical to offer an opinion. Can you ask in a less vague way?

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Emmzzi

 

Employers operated and imposed policies and procedures on individuals - said policies caused persons from being able to gain promotion and helped sanctions to be imposed on various individuals.

It has now come to light te policies/procedures used do not exist.

 

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Still too vague. Depends entirely on the nature of the policy. Also they can promote who they like unless discriminating on the basis of a protected characteristic.

 

I can't help based on theoretical situations. I need what actually happened.

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When you say that the policies don't exist, do you just mean that they are not written down somewhere?

Because as long as a policy is applied consistently/fairly it doesn't have to be in black and white.

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When you say that the policies don't exist, do you just mean that they are not written down somewhere?

Because as long as a policy is applied consistently/fairly it doesn't have to be in black and white.

 

mariefab/Emmzzi

 

It is both of those things - they say they were acting under "established policies", which do not exist. And these policies were not appllied consistenty or fairly - considering the size of the organization they would have had to have been written down and their impact assessed. None of that happened here. No union agreement either.

 

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I think you had best talk to a union rep or solicitoras clearly you are unable to tell us what happened on a public forum.

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