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For Ben jones
i have recieved a letter from my employers officially telling me that i'm suspended from duty. they have told me that the investigation is in reference to an incident that occurred on the 24th of may 2013, however, i was not on duty at my place of work on this date. what i suspect has happened is that this is an error on they're part, but it is an official headed letter, that has been signed by my head of department. does this nullify the investigation? given that they are referring to a time when i wasn't on duty?
for ben jones
in the letter they have sent me, i suspect they have actually mixed up the dates and put the incorrcet date on the letter, this is in regards to date when the incident that led to my suspension ocurred, does that mean that when the investigation meeting happens, they can only ask me about the date thay have stated on the letter? which is a date that i wasn't even on duty.
for ben jones
when i was suspended from duty, i suspect that my employers have not suspended me in the correct way in regards to they're own policies and procedures, i believe there should be a witness present, and there was not, would i be able to ask my employers if i could see the policies and procedures of the hotel on the subject of disciplinerys to confirm wether this is the case, and are they obliged to give me this information, and if they have not followed they own procedure properly, would this have any bearing on they're investigation?