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Wrongful Dismissal Matt 28-Mar-2017
I was recently the victim of a wrongful dismissal but because I had only been in the position for one year I was unable to take any appropriate action via ACAS.Add comment
I was in a team of 4 in an office role and there was no management on site. I excelled in my work and always showed commitment. Two of the staff turned against me. They stopped all communication with me which made my job impossible. When I approached the management with this issue I was sacked.
The two staff members had already lied about my conduct to the management.
Now I have this enormous blemish on my CV and I am finding it very difficult to explain what happened and I'm being turned down for new posts because of this. I am now unemployed.
I feel very hard done by and this has affected my health.
Previous advice on this matter has been about how to negotiate this issue in an interview but I am also finding that it is a barrier at the application stages.
I would appreciate some help in this matter. Not only in terms of finding a new job but also concerning any possible action I can take against the company and/or the people concerned.
I'm in the UK.
Driving vans Dani Last updated by Sean: 27-Mar-2017
What requirements do I need to become a courier driver? is there any special license needed?Add comment
Dani, no specific requirements needed. The license will depend on the vehicle you drive. All the same, English, basic maths and inventory keeping are important... and of course a clean driver's license.27-Mar-2017 Reply to Sean
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