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I have no clause in my contract that my employer can do this; and as I have not been charged with an offence seems. It seems rather early for this kind of reaction.
My question is what I can do if they attempt disciplinary action?
Due to low staffing levels I needed to arrange time off to return to the police and told my manager who then informed our area manager who then spoke to HR.
So far I am had a formal recorded discussion withe area manager; and mentioned I have a sex addiction and ongoing depression.
7 years with a clean record
I have not brought the company into disrepute as it is not public knowlege. My lawyer is talking to the police next week about police caution next WK.
No as they have not completed their investigation.
No; ,but it could be how they have intepretated it!
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