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went for COVID test then worked until told was postive - i am being Disciplined - help!


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Hello, I would probably delete the actual bundle as it identifies you and your employer.

 

I'm afraid the guidance is quite clear that you should not have been on site; and you have indeed signed to say you have had the briefing. There also seems to be new information that you did in fact have a cough/ symptom?

 

Under such circumstances I tend to think the best course of action is to put your hand up to not paying attention/ reading the document, appreciating the severity, and promising never to do it again. 

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Done..you must be careful to fully redact uploads.

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i do apologise, thankyou Andyorch

 

 

11 minutes ago, Emmzzi said:

Hello, I would probably delete the actual bundle as it identifies you and your employer.

 

I'm afraid the guidance is quite clear that you should not have been on site; and you have indeed signed to say you have had the briefing. There also seems to be new information that you did in fact have a cough/ symptom?

 

Under such circumstances I tend to think the best course of action is to put your hand up to not paying attention/ reading the document, appreciating the severity, and promising never to do it again. 

 

Yes i agree, was intending to put my hands up and apologise

 

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29 minutes ago, Minty. said:

Yes i agree, was intending to put my hands up and apologise

 

 

In which case, if you are otherwise a good worker,. it may well go your way, but I would expect a warning. But let's wait and see.

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Thankyou again Emmzzi, you all been brilliant help me with this.

 

I was also considering offering a months wages as a compensation to pay for colleague time off, lawyer fee etc.

Not that I have the money, but could deduct a weeks wages per month.

just got to try my best, and read documents before we sign things. 

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No, don't be offering up money. It's about your behaviour, not the company's financial loss.

 

Work on unblemished work record... first error of this kind.. obviously kept to masks/ handwash etc. Was confused because government guidance different to company guidance but I now see the error of my ways.

 

Keep it simple. Keep to one line - normally reliable, one error, won't do it again.

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