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How long ago was the investigation carried out? Please can you also provide some background information on the circumstances that led to the investigation and how long you worked there for? Thank you
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Many thanks for your patience. You should indeed be entitled to see the notes taken at any appeal hearing. It is not only good practice but can also be a right you enjoy under data protection legislation. If the employer is taking documentary notes of a meeting and you can be identified from the contents of the meeting, then that would amount to personal data and you have the right to see the transcript of such notes. If the employer is not allowing you to see them then you can make a subject access request with them to try and get a copy of these under the Data Protection Act.
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