Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today. How long has your partner worked for his employer for?
Did he discuss with them having the operation before going in for it and before he had the operation would you say that his condition had a significant impact on his mobility?
Hi I think part of your sentence is missing? It starts but due to?
It is my view that it is unreasonable for his employer to do this and it also potentially amounts to disability discrimination.
Your husband is within his rights to raise a grievance about this with his employer. If the employer had notice they should have been able to organise for someone to help.
I would suggest that he therefore send s a written grievance and states that if they do take action he will vigourously defend it and consider his position.
He potentially will have a claim of disability discrimination and if he were to be dismissed he could claim unfair dismissal.
If you have any further questions about this please do ask.
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Hi procedurally that is unfair and he should make a note of that in the grievance. He is entitled to a copy of the notes of the meeting You should request them. If they refuse it is unreasonable.
That would amount to unfair dismissal. If he has been told this he can put this in the grievance and say that he feels that he can no longer work there having been treated like that.
He would then have to engage ACAS early conciliation details of which can be found at. http://www.acas.org.uk/earlyconciliation
If that is unsuccessful he can then raise a claim in the Employment Tribunal.
well this supports your posotion.
He really does need to raise a grievance now.
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