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Hi there. What reason exactly has the employer given for presenting you with these options?
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Thanks for your patience. If you do not agree with their final offer then you do not have to accept it and there is nothing that says you must get that in writing. Whatever you choose to accept will be documented formally in any settlement agreement but if you fail to agree an amicable resolution then you just continue rejecting it until they stop making more offers – nothing has to be done in writing.
In terms of what happens next then the ball is mainly in the employer’s court, unless you decide to resign and claim constructive dismissal. So if they decide to go down the performance management route and pursue it to its full completion, eventually you will be dismissed, in which case you will then have a potential unfair dismissal claim which you can take further. So it is a question of either resigning and claiming constructive dismissal or letting them dismiss and then claiming unfair dismissal.
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