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Hi,I've nc for this one and probably my next few posts.I've finally had my final stage grievance meeting with my employer, and it was a farce, they have admitted that they did not communicate with me whilst i was on maternity leave.My solicitor had written to them requesting a without prejudice settlement. They have come back with an offer which is basically ridiculous.My solicitor will respond with another offer.In the meantime, i have just been signed off for another 4 weeks but my GP seemed very reluctant. I have 52 weeks sick pay with my company. I can understand his reluctance completelySo what can i do if this sick note runs out and we haven't reached a settlement? The thought of going into work makes me feel physically sick.I'm starting to panic. My solicitor is conscious of the timescales.Can anyone offer any advice/experience?X
You've been off sick for a year? If your GP is reluctant do you mean he thinks you are fit for work?If you are at negotiation stage it's unlikely to take a further 4 weeks to sort out an agreement anyway, but you'll need to bear in mind how much you don't want to go back when negotiating.
Thanks Flowery,No i haven't been off for a year, i've been off for 4 1/2 months. My contract states i have 52 weeks paid sick leave a year.I'm hoping the negotiations don't take 4 weeks, i'm panicking prematurely i suspect. x
Oh I see what you mean. Yes probably panicking prematurely, it will probably all be resolved much sooner than that so I wouldn't worry just yet.
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