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He thinks one may exist in the company but he has never seen it. He is the only person subject to this performance procedure.
Given that it will take his employer a longer period than 6 weeks plus training and reviews and that we believe that they really want him out (the reasons given to him are not unique to him and commonplace in among his colleagues so it does look like discrimination) would it be worth suggesting that they settle now? Is there any downside in suggesting this if he really believes that at some stage in the future this will happen again (it seems that his manager just doesn't like him)
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