Hi, thanks for your patience. In the circumstances you will have two potential claims which you can use as leverage to try and threaten taking the matter further. Hopefully that will prompt them to reconsider their position and to actually progress with the application. One is constructive dismissal, the other is disability discrimination.
Constructive dismissal occurs when the following two elements are present:
· Serious breach of contract by the employer; and
· An acceptance of that breach by the employee, who in turn treats the contract of employment as at an end. The employee must act in response to the breach and must not delay any action too long.
A common breach by the employer occurs when it, or its employees, have broken the implied contractual term of trust and confidence. The conduct relied on could be a single act, or a series of less serious acts over a period of time, which together could be treated as serious enough (usually culminating in the 'last straw' scenario).
Disability discrimination is where you re treated less favourably because of a disability and in the circumstances that could also apply.
I would also suggest you consider going down the grievance route first – a formal complaint submitted to your employer. That can also have the desired result.
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