There is a clause in his employment contract, referring to "damage caused by reckless or careless actions". I do not see how they can prove this refers to my Grandson. Just opinion.
Why is the senior experienced employee that locked up that night not responsible ? What about insurance, or proof of electrical safety ?
can you answer my second message ?
Opinion only. Everyone else denies it - and I replied "they would say that, wouldn't they ?". I think whether a new employee made a mistake or not, this is mercenary behaviour. I have been through this with the employer, with no change in their stance. I want to pursue this through a small claims court. What is your opinion ?
No. Just the sign. The manufactureres' technical team said this should never happen anyway with this heater. I have asked my Grandson directly if he admitted this, and he says he absolutely did not, as it was never raised or discussed verbally.
Not that they invented it. The first thing my Grandson knew of the deduction was by letter several days after he had been laid off. They are aware that he is denying liability. I have told them that this will be taken as far as is feasible. They do not appear to intend refunding this money.
Will write the employer making it clear how we feel, and what we will do next if he does not refund the money.
SERVICE HAS BEEN V. GOOD, YOU HAVE BEEN ASKING GOOD,RELEVANT AND HELPFUL QUESTIONS, AND ANSWERING PROMPTLY TO MY QUERIES.
WHY HAVE I HAD 20 REQUESTS TO RATE YOUR SERVICE ?
COMPUTER HICCUP ??