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Started by ihavequestions23, 22-04-22, 01:31PM
Quote from: madness on 22-04-22, 02:50PMDo you have a big absence % or number of occasions? Whats the reason for wanting a rep?
Quote from: madness on 22-04-22, 03:31PMAs long as your bigger history picture is alright ie really good outside of the 26 week period id just be checking that medical reason isnt going to be ongoing or if it needs any support.
Quote from: horatiocain on 22-04-22, 07:25PMTake a rep it's what you pay for.It's also buried in the partnership agreement that TESCO organise a rep if you cannot give them the name of the rep you want and ask to adjourn the meeting until the rep is available which they can do.
Quote from: londoner83 on 23-04-22, 08:51AMAs long as your chosen rep is available shortly to allow the AR to take place in a reasonable timescale (ie they haven't started a month long extended holiday) they should postpone the meeting until they can attend.
Quote from: ihavequestions23 on 27-04-22, 01:20AMQuote from: madness on 22-04-22, 03:31PMAs long as your bigger history picture is alright ie really good outside of the 26 week period id just be checking that medical reason isnt going to be ongoing or if it needs any support.Fair enough, I have rarely been off in nearly two years, the only other time was when I had the flu (couldn't move, even if I could I had covid-related symptoms and wouldn't be allowed to work anyway). This time it's a valid medical reason and have evidence, might even be a mitigating circumstance. I do wonder however, why my flu absence wasn't counted as covid-related, because at the time the policy was that anybody with the symptoms, regardless of a negative test, wasn't able to work and it wouldn't be counted as an absence. That's how I read it, anyway. Either way, I'm not too worried, it's just a formality, just want a rep with me to make sure it's all above board.
Quote from: horatiocain on 06-05-22, 12:37AMAny meeting which is pointless is potentially vexatious which is a breach of the ERA any good rep will speak with the manager and point out that no meeting needs now take place the manager can hold a hearing without the colleague reading into the notes that the meeting is out of process and therefore uneeded and closing the meeting.Normally the rep will sign these notes to confirm, I did it many times, the colleague need not be stressed out worrying about a meeting with no purpose.It's the efficient way of dealing with the matter.
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