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no - due to his condition which is deteriorating the the longer it continues - it makes him extremely tired.....remember the footballer who collapsed on pitch - thats what he has + compounded by arterial septal defect....
not now..but at 1 of the earlier welfare meetings (months ago) he wanted to return to work & company advised he could return on reduced or phased return - but my point being that HR misinformed him by advising that if he did this he would only be paid for hours worked - i have subsequently found out within lst 2-3 wks this info was incorrect & neither did HR a HRdvise him of what impact would be if he didn't return to work. in fact the hr person agreed that it would be financially beneficial to him to remain on long term sick as he would receive full pay. i know that the company has already decided to terminate his employment & this we
I'm not clear on how he was misled by HR would he have been paid more if he had returned to work as a result of the earlier meeting?
no - hr advised him he would only be paid for hours worked...so it would have been less...but if he stayed on lts then he would receive full pay
so didn't he receive full pay on LTS? please can you explain exactly how he has lost out?