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Hi,

 

Just a bit of background as this is for my Mum. Since 23rd July 2012 she has been working as a Practice Manager for a GP Surgery, 2 1/2 weeks ago her husband of 18 years died unexpectedly with its own issues in another thread. Since then she has had the funeral and has also been to her doctors and obtained a sick note for bereavement which lasts until next Friday.

 

My mum contacted her boss to go in on Monday to do the wages for the employees and sort out some other bits, but the main partner of the surgery has told her he wants the keys back and a meeting in regards to her future employment. I have a funny feeling that he will terminate her employment though I do not know what the reason would be considering she turned their profits around in three months.

 

My question what would be the recourse for my mum considering that her husband has just died, and she has a sick note which her employer is aware of as we contacted him to let him know.

 

Thanks in advance.

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My advice is to wait and see what it is about! Maybe they want the keys back so they can give them to someone else while your mum deals with the great loss she has endured. Maybe they will be doing a kind thing and putting her on light duties?

 

This is my opinion and I could be completely wrong.

 

Once she has been in and found out, if its bad news then please come back and someone with a lot of knowledge will be along to give you some advice.

 

P.s Sorry for both of your loss.

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