Here is the policy section
The Executive shall notify the other Directors by 09.00 am on the first day of each absence from work unless it is not reasonably possible to do so and shall state the reason for and expected duration of his absence. The Executive is required to complete a self-certification form for the 4th, 5th and 6th days of absence but from the seventh day of absence onwards a certificate of disability by a registered medical practitioner is required.
b. If the Executive has complied with his above obligations with regard to absences from work the Company shall pay to the Executive sick pay as defined below throughout a period offour weekswhether or not continuous in any one period of 12 months during which he is prevented by illness or injury from discharging in full his duties under this agreement.
c. The amount of the Executive’s sick pay during the first four weeks of the period mentioned in clause 8b above, shall be the amount of his salary payable under clause 6 above less such sums and the executive is entitled to receive by way of statutory sick pay.
d. If the Executive has been paid the maximum sick pay entitlement in any period of 12 months he shall not be entitled to any sick pay in any other subsequent period until he has returned to work and completed 12 months continuous service with no absences from work other than agreed holidays.
I have never claimed or been paid sick pay in the 5 years
Thank you I have more questions
I have raised a grievance about being harassed and discriminated due to a having had a heart attack.
They failed to follow the process and interviewed the harasser before interviewing me. Also the investigator failed to consider the injury to feelings. I am appealing but expect that to be the same as the orginal grievance - a sham grievance.
what are my options i.e
can I claim unfair dismissal/ constructive, I am going to resign.
also Harassment and discrimination
and a personal Injury case due to the injury caused by the systematic bullying.
I can deal with this tomorrow if it suits you best Ben
Hello, it appears that this is a separate matter so could you please post it as a separate query for my attention and I will be happy to help you.