Good afternoon I would like to ask you about the procedure I should follow to submit a case against my ex-employer.I have been working for XXXX division for over 9 years. Due to too heavy work, lack of support from my line manager i got sick. I wanted to make a progress within a company and change the job I was doing but my manager successfully prevented it and as a result i am diagnose with depression, panic disorder and anxiety plus lower back problems. For the 10 moths of my illness my ex-employer was paying my sick pay and when I was almost ready to gradually come back to work i made unofficial complain to HR about the situation and in their respond my postilion has been made redundant. i know they made sure that everything looks good and comply with law. I haven't made any official complain due to fear of loosing my job, and unfortunately I was right about it. I am now unemployed and not able to look for new employment due to my health condition, I am under neurological care and on psychiatric therapy. I raised issues to my manager I have with my health on many occasions while I was working but she did not care. I've been leaving a life of"vegetable" for the last year and would like to go to the court but do not know who I should I turn to as It seems there might not be a case of unfair dismissal but rather my manager did not filled out her responsibilities enabling me to make a progress, I felt powerless in that case and more.... in the end I am unable to live normal life and have normal employment because of her. Please advise. I am looking forward to your reply. XXX
Hi, thank you for coming back to me, on the 28th of May this year and the reason is that my responsibilities are moved to external supplier.
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Can we lock it as I used my real surname and I've named company I've worked for. Sorry. is that ok?
What we could do is edit the current question so that your personal details are removed and leave the rest of the question open so I can assist you with it - is that acceptable?
That's great, sure yes.
Good afternoon, I know my case is not straight forward,first important metter for me is what law applays to it employment law or civil law. That will help to turn to the right person.
Thank you very much, your reply is clear to me and i do inderstand my position.
Thank you for your help.