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I was a contractor for a limited company. Near the end of my contract I asked for a meeting to agree my "resignation and exit strategy as I did not want to tender for anymore work with that company. I expected to meet to discuss that with one director.
I found myself facing two directors who said they were not happy with a part of my work and they would be terminating the contract ( the one I had already intimated I was resigning from.)
I had no prior knowledge of their intent to raise any grievance,, and was not given a copy of the minutes of the meeting, but was asked to work out the full term of my contract .
Now I have received a letter stating my actions led to my contract being terminated. The action their are not happy about was prior to me being a contractor, and relates to when I was a volunteer. I feel my reputation has been damaged and their actions may be illeagal