Employment Lawyers Can Answer Your Employment Law Questions
Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today. How long have you worked for the company for?
Ok thanks, ***** ***** said what will happen if you do not go in?
Ok in spite of the fact that you have no written contract you are an employee of the company and your current terms and conditions cannot be unilaterally varied by the employer. If you have always worked from home this is your normal place of work and your employer cannot force you to attend the office.
If the employer says it now requires a person to attend the office to do your job then potentially you are in a redundancy situation as the need for a person to perform the job at your location (your home) has ceased or diminished.
In addition to this it potentially amounts to indirect sex discrimination if the reason for the ill treatment can be considered to be your family responsibilities.
You can raise a grievance about this situation.
You can say that you are not prepared to go to the office as it amounts to a change in your terms and conditions.
Well either you can do nothing and just refuse to go to the office. If you are dismissed it will be unfair dismissal and you would be able to raise a claim. The alternative would be to raise a formal grievance about the treatment of the manager on the basis that I described above.
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