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My employer has set a number of forthcoming mandatory training days with an external supplier who specialises is sales performance improvement.

We have used this provider previous and they made a number of
false and misleading statements about me, to my employer. Due to this, the trust and confidence between me and them has broken down. I made my employer aware of this and told them I would be very uncomfortable ever using the company again.

I have also leaned the forthcoming training will be filmed and I have advised my employer that

A) I do not want to attend the training because the trust and confidence has broken down and
B) That I do not provide my consent to being filmed and that being filmed or being required to use this provider, would make me feel extremely uncomfortable and cause me distress.

How can I legally refuse to participate and avoided potential disciplinary?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: UK Law
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
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Expert:  Michael Holly replied 3 years ago.

What did the training supplier say about you that was misleading and untrue?

Why do you object to being filmed?

What reason have they given for wanting to film the training?


Yours sincerely

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