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yes. They are currently deciding whether to keep me in my current post or actually advertise my current post publicly and invite me to apply for it.
yes it will. I have a very specific job and will be exactly the same
ok, thanks. I think they know if they dismiss me they are on shaky ground and have already said they would offer me a compensation agreement.
Im seeing new line manager tomorrow and if he says i am going to advertise your job that he actually cannot do that from a legal point of view? Your saying if they dismiss me I can seek unfair dismissal or take a pay out but they cant advertise my job and make me reapply?
Sorry - that should have said compromise not compensation agreement.
Would you be able to calculate what they would have to offer me as far as compromise agreement? A year's salary plus ?
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