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Author Topic: Investigation Meeting - not sure where to turn  (Read 7263 times)

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Re: Investigation Meeting - not sure where to turn
« Reply #25 on: 07-12-18, 05:25PM »
Hi forrestgimp
As omnipotent as they like us to think they are, I'm not sure that their "I think that they might have done it" process supersedes the law of the land.
No it's not the old Bailey forrestgimp lol, but equally they just can't act as they please!

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Re: Investigation Meeting - not sure where to turn
« Reply #26 on: 07-12-18, 06:01PM »
they can, cos the government are for employers not employees >:( >:( >:(

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Re: Investigation Meeting - not sure where to turn
« Reply #27 on: 08-12-18, 07:03AM »
They only have to prove "balance of probability". It's not a court of law so they don't have to prove "beyond reasonable doubt". 

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Re: Investigation Meeting - not sure where to turn
« Reply #28 on: 09-12-18, 06:26PM »
@T3chie88
if this situation is still on going, contact your area organizer via usdaw head office

https://www.usdaw.org.uk/Contact-Us/Usdaw-Offices
I AM NOT A REP, BUT......


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Re: Investigation Meeting - not sure where to turn
« Reply #30 on: 10-12-18, 10:26AM »
Where would we all be without, would - could -should  :o

A simpler world perhaps  :)
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Re: Investigation Meeting - not sure where to turn
« Reply #31 on: 28-01-19, 10:09PM »
This bit of advice applies to all staff. Please take note.
I recently attended a 'let's talk' because of some minor damage I caused on the bumper of one of our vans.
When I sat down to start the interview the manager carrying out the interview read my 'charge' which was instantly recognisable to me as the wrong one due to it being for two incidents.
I pointed out his error which her then challenged and handed me the paperwork to prove his point.
I made him aware that he had the wrong paperwork and he then reluctantly conceded his error.
He became very defensive and angry when I pointed out that he had breached serious Date Protection laws by showing me paperwork containing another drivers private details.
You all need to be aware that the general standard of managers that I have encountered at my particular location is extremely poor and staff need to check every detail of what work they carry out.
I am lucky enough to be leaving this company next month but I pity any staff that need to rely on long term employment with this company and its shower of s*** management.