Really nasty piece of work, giving final written warnings to several staff with sickness issues even though they have been improving/had really genuine reasons. He is also aggressive in meetings with people he thinks are lower than him in the food chain when alone, but nicey when there are HR people present. Also shamelessly lies, has lied about something I did. Really want to do something, I have complained to HR but nothing happens.
Its got to come from the people its happened to aswell as you.you cant complain for them so its a stronger case if they do it aswell.has he a manager above him?if so go to the.start your complaint at the bottom and work upwards.
Most phones nowadays have very effective voice recording functions as well as video making capability. Sounds extreme but I swung pre-tribunal negotiations into my favour by using both those functions.
The tribunal might not like recorded evidence. HR will certainly sit up and take notice. Extreme measures are sometimes needed especially when you're dealing - as I was - with people who have dysfunctional moral and ethical compasses.
No, it's not. Make sure you take a witness into any meeting with him to take notes.
My one is also insisting similar things and is also insisting all my medical appointments (NHS ones) are booked out of office hours or my hours will be reduced accordingly. Disability discrimination and all that.