Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today. How long had you been with the company when you were dismissed and were you paid notice and in lieu of annual leave?
I was dismissed in about 1 month ago
i have received paid as well
Are you saying that you had only worked there for a month or that you were dismissed a month ago?
i worked about 3 months
and expelled a month ago
Ok thanks for clarification. What reason were you given for this?
I came late 2 times ( 2 minutes) per month and also i sent 3 / answered email to my partner who works for the same company
it sounds obvious, my colleague were laughting..
the most important thing for me is to go back one day in future to this company and not have any further issue also i want thsi grevience procedure to be accepted by HR
i have got great job so i do not really bother to go back there for now
i have in all companies great reputation even from colleagues from Expro apart of one person
Ok do you have any reason to think you are being discriminated against on the grounds of sex, race , age ,religion, disability, pregnancy or for raising an health and safety or other complaint when you were dismissed?
that seems to me she had personal issue with me
not at all, but my colleagues were seeing her that she was staring at me in disrespectful manner
and the way she spoke to me was often aggresive
i couldnt do the same therefore she was higher role than me and i have had big respect to everyone
she was saying i wasnt performing enough well my job , it wasnt true because all my colleagues were very satisfited with me
OK thanks the problem is that in UK law there is no right to complain about dismissal (unfair dismissal) until you have been employed for a company for 2 years. The exception to this is if the dismissal is for a reason of discrimination contrary to the Equality Act 2010, which does not seem to be the case here. This means that, unfortuatnely there is little you can do about this if you have been paid notice and for outstanding accrued holiday pay. This is a major weakness of employment law in the UK and I am sorry it is not the answer you were looking for.
If you have any further questions please do ask. If I have answered your question I would be grateful if you would take the time to rate my answer. Thank you and all the bes.t
what about my grevience procedure?
could you please advise
If you are not employed the employer does not have to hear them.
I'm really sorry about this. From an employment law point of view the position is clear, an employee can be dismissed for any reason in the first 2 years and there would be no ongoing obligation to hear a grievance.
the grevience procedure was mantioned when i was still employed
and i have been advised to sent from Managers
so i did
So are you saying the managers have agreed to hear the grievance?
Well it is unusual that they would agree to do so if you are no longer employed. What would you like to know about this meeting.
It is not unusual, the situation in the last few weeks wasnt the best
and i presume she just wanted to get ride of me from the company
and based on minor mistakes she did
but thats not the case
her attitude towards me was untolerable
i would like to know what should i do in case she will deny
i wanted to take some of my colleagues but they have been told not to help me
It is unusual for a company to hear a grievance after dismissing a person. There is no legal reason for them to agree to it.
Even if your grievance is upheld there is no legal duty on them to give you your job back and if they do not then you have no legal complaint.
I think you just need to appeal to the employer that you have lost your job for no reason and that you have been bullied. I hope that you get something positive out of the meeting.
I already appeal, and eithe grevience and appeal would be hear
on this Thursday
could you give me some tips
for grevience procedure
What sort of tips are you looking for. I have already explained the legal position to you.
i do not want this grevience to be ignore
OK but as I have already explained there is no obligation legally for the employer to listen to this grievance in the first place as the obligtation ends after a person has been dismissed.
If they agree to hear the grievance then you are very fortunate. All you can do is put your case to them with as much evidence as possible.
If you have evidence that staff have been warned not to support you then you should say so.
Hopefully as they have agreed to your meeting then they will take it seriously.
I am sorry that the law does not support you. As I have explained there are limited employment rights before you have worked for an employer for 2 years.
they probably did because everyone kept my side
I would be grateful if you would take the time to rate my answer as I am not otherwise credited for my time.
okay will do , many thanks Tara