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Hello, I’m Ben, a UK lawyer and will be dealing with your case today. I may also need to ask some questions to determine the legal position.
How long have you worked there for? and if possible, please upload a copy of your contract on here
Just a quick clarification on phone calls – the pop-up offering you the chance to request one is automatic and I have no control over it. Therefore, if you request a call back there is no guarantee that I, or anyone else, would be available to fulfill it. At present, due to outside commitments, I cannot take calls but your request is open and visible to all other experts. If someone is available, they will accept it and call you, but if no one is free, then it will remain open until it is accepted or you decide to cancel it. In the meantime, you have already paid for a written response and that is the part I will continue helping you with.
Can you upload a copy of the contract in the meantime?
There are a few ways to send a photo or file. Please click the upload icon on the reply box in your question.- A pop-up window will open. Locate the file on your device, click it once, then click Open.- A link representing your photo or file should now appear below the reply box on your question page. Insert text in the reply box and click the Send button to send your photo or file to me- To send a photo or file, it must be 5MB or less. If your photo or file is larger than 5MB, please resize it or send it to customer support at***@******.*** (please note this is a central inbox and often it may take at least a couple of days to reach me)
Alternatively, please use a third party file sharing service, such as Dropbox, MediaFire, Google Drive, etc. and share the document links on here
Aha, our responses seem to have crossed. Leave it with me for now, although please note it is extremely busy at present due to the ongoing situation so there may be a delay in replying, but I will get back to you at some point today. Please do not reply in the meantime. Many thanks
Ok and why do you think there is a discrimination issue as well?
Ok thanks but I am trying to link the treatment to any discrimination – how is it due to discrimination, what is the evidence that it is linked to discrimination rather than just personal dislike for example?
Where in the contract does it state the 30 days notice for changes?
Great, thanks. Yes it does state that changes need to be made with a month’s notice. However, even if that is a breach of contract, you can only challenge them for losses incurred as a result of that breach. So if they have changed your pay and no notice as per contract was given, you can pursue them for the difference in pay for the month’s notice they should have given you. If no losses were incurred from this breach, you cannot realistically make a claim for it and all you would be limited to is an internal complaint, such as through a grievance.
Does this answer your query?
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