Thank you for your email and for sending across your doctors’ notes, we are very sorry to hear that you are unwell.
"We have rescheduled your disciplinary hearing for Friday 18th September at 11 am, XXXX will now be chairing, please find attached letter confirming the details. We appreciate that this is a very stressful time for you and in order to minimise your stress, if you wish, we are happy for you to send your representative to the hearing on your behalf or alternatively you can make a written submission stating your case which will be considered at the hearing. Please note that this hearing will go ahead and if you are unable to attend, a decision will be made in your absence.
We have also rescheduled your grievance meeting with XXX and XXXfor Friday 18th September at 12.30pm. As we are yet to receive the details of your grievance, we will not be proceeding with this meeting in your absence. If you wish to go ahead with this meeting, again if you are unable to attend, we are happy for you to send a representative along or provide a written submission which will be investigated and responded to.
With regards ***** ***** questions below, the purpose of a disciplinary hearing is to give you the opportunity to respond to the allegations being made against you and ask any questions you may have relating to the investigation and/or process, therefore we will address any further questions you have then.
Please be assured that we wish to resolve this matter swiftly and minimise any additional stress this process may be causing you so that you can focus on your health"
Again, they refuse to answer my questions regarding why they viewed all other email correspondents when none of the emails related to my manager and why they refuse to answer the question about a male employee not being suspended during his investigation - i feel that I have ever right to ask these questions before the hearing. I have also requested for the email chain of the allegation along with the date and time it was sent as I feel that it coincides with a email i sent about being reimbused for my back dated days off.
Do I send a report for both investigation and my allegation? Can i ask them for a SAR (subject access request) for all details, emails that have been sent about me?
As I wont be attending the meeting at all, as my baby is my priority right now being at 35 weeks. how do I go around this?
Also they have pressed with the investigation meeting before my allegation meeting dispite me stating that its a "contrived miss conduct" - again is this allowed?
I really dont know what the best thing to do right now.