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It doesn't state anything about extension. I got called into the office and said iw asn't right for the job and that they are looking for someone else, but if they dont like the people they interview, they are keeping me on untuil they do. they said they want someone bilingual, yet it was not in the terms and conditions that I was bilingual, and I spend my own time attending the company's french classes. Basically, the director doesn't like me and is finding an excuse and I want to challenge him. I have not been told of anything I am doing wrong, nor have they complained about my work.
A week either way
So on the basis of them failing my probation on discriminatory grounds, here is an email sent from my boss:
JoAs yet , i have not found a replacement. I will let you know when we do.I know you have commitments and it wasn't easy telling you that it was not working out.Adrian doesn't have a problem with you and thinks you are hard working as i do but he EMR would like someone who is older on reception as well as being bi lingual.he also thinks that the conversation gets abit girly and having someone older and being aware of what is going on would be better.Gill
Surely this would then be classed as discriminatory?
I don't see how they could, due to my other collegue being the same age as me. What steps would you advice me to take next? DO i mention it to them now? I obviously have the email as proof, but if i say something now they could come up with other reasons, or does that not matter due to me having that email as evidence?