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As he is an envoy for our branch most if not all of his tasks would involve working with customers unless there is an internal warehouse role, which at the moment isn't an option due to us making a position redundant in the warehouse in Dec 15.
After investigation last week. I was inclined to put corrective action in place as I felt it wasn't just the fault of this one individual on this occasion. At the end of my meeting I specifically asked the individual to carry on his duties on site He asked me if he should apologise to anyone for his conduct. I advised him that at this point I don't feel it was necessary or appropriate but come this time next week if I was to ask him to do so, do I take it you would be comfortable in doing it. To which he replied yes if I have upset anyone I would like to apologise. I again said to him that it wasn't necessary at this point. Sadly I was called on Friday afternoon to be told the individual was on customer site and was asking anyone who passed him along the way if they had complained about him as he was now on a disciplinary ?? I feel i only have one option when i meet with him this week and that is sadly to dismiss him but would welcome your opinion ...
Following the meeting last week the gentleman was spoken to and offered to apologised for his actions on site. I asked him to refrain from doing so until the investigation had been concluded. On Friday afternoon he attended site as planned however took it upon himself to ask everyone on the customers site if they had put a complaint in against him as he was now on a disciplinary (until that point he wasn't). Once again the customer had reported this back to us as they were annoyed by his actions once again. I feel I have no alternative but dismiss the individual for failing to carry out instructions from management as once again we the account has been put at risk due to his conduct. I assume following all of the above my actions are not disproportionate ?
P11d time. We have Sales Staff with company vehicles. They are provided with a company fuel card for business mileage. The cars are fitted with trackers and we have monthly reports detailing business and private mileage amounts done. Employees repay the company for the cost of any private mileage incurred each month does this amount have to be noted on the employees P11D ? if so what section would this go under ?