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Thank you for coming back to me so quickly.
You are correct, the two part-time receptionists, originally employed by LG and then outsourced to a third party, decided not to relocate and took the redundancy settlement offered to them.
Do let me know if you have any further questions.
Kind regards, Colin
May 26th 2015 was the first day of working at the new location. I have not signed any agreement regarding the new terms of working. I am currently only planning to work the four week trial period. ACAS are in Early Conciliation with our HR department.
I am aware that if I work one day longer than the trial period, by default I agree to the new terms of working and would lose my right to proceed down the legal avenue.
If I think I have a case, I will only work the trial period, if I do not have a strong case, then I may decide to remain at the new location until I find alternative employment closer to home.
Thank you for your response.
My role has not changed, so my the essence of my question is - considering that my personal circumstances, is my role at the new location SAE?'
Is your answer that you cannot really advise as to whether it is SAE or not, and that I should make up mu own mind as to whether I wish to proceed legally based on the case examples provided above?
I appreciate no solicitor can give a definite answer on the outcome of any potential legal case, nor a 'promise' as you state, but I was hoping for at least a 'good chance' or 'it's not advisable.
I won't be leaving any feedback, as I would feel I could give positive feedback as I'm left in the same position as prior to spending £24 for your advice. I must say I was impressed by your prompt replies,
Thank you for that, it's appreciated.
I'll give you a good rating now.