In London. I work for Tate Catering
But now I have paid already. Can I open a new question without placing a new payment?
I am happy if you can transfer the question then.
Do I get the deposit back? Thanks
Thank you for your help.
I will carry on working with new role and salary and probably resing at the beginning of the year as I have holidays booked for end of year.
My line manager is having a meeging today with hr and he said he doesn't agree with their decision and will "fight" for me. I have a meetingon Thursday.
They havent consult me about the changes. They just gave me a letter.
Now I want to know how the payment procedures are? I paid deposit of £33. This amount will be taken off just once not every month, I guess.
Can you please made it clear?
Thank you once again
Can I just say that I will carry on working "under protest" and have nothing written?
I assume I will need a new contract or a letter telling the changes on terms and conditions. Can I say that I want to be in my current position and be paid as such till I sign the new contract?
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