Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today. How long have you worked there for?
What exactly did your text say and have you now decided not to hand in your notice?
So the text says that you are giving verbal notice?
How long was the notice and have you finished the period now?
Does your contract state that notice must be given in writing?
In that case you can argue that notice was not validly given. Unless notice is validly given it cannot take effect to terminate employment. The very fact that you have been asked several times to confirm your intentions acts in your favour as it is clear that the employer themselves find it to be ambiguous.
In the event that your employment does terminate I would suggest that you start ACAS early conciliation proceedings for unfair dismissal and potentially disability discrimination, in the event that your mental health issues are long term and significant.
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It is a process you must start with ACAS before bringing an employment claim. ACAS try to resolve the dispute without you needing to go to Tribunal. it is mandatory and you cannot claim unless you do it. You will find details at www.acas.org.uk
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