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It is certainly a possibility that this will be mentioned, but not guaranteed. As it is still a live warning, the employer can mention it, especially if asked about any ongoing disciplinary matters on your file. Also some employers will mention it anyway as they want to make a transparent and truthful representation about you, they have a duty to give an accurate representation in a reference. However, some employers have a policy where they will only issue a basic reference, which only mentions your job and dates of service.
As there is no strict legal requirement on them to mention this, unless specifically asked, they do retain a degree of discretion over it. You can always ask if they will mention it and perhaps try to negotiate for them not to.
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correct but you would be leaving halfway through it so there would still be a 6 month period or so during which it would be considered 'live' and can be mentioned in a reference
yes of course it will not be there forever but they can say that at the time of leaving you had a live warning which would have expired in X months' time. That would legal. Hope this clarifies?
Correct, but only once the 12 month sanction period has expired.
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