HELP NEEDED URGENTLY FOR HAVING RECEIVED A DIMISSAL LETTER FROM TESCO WHILE I WAS IN HOLIDAY - HotUKDeals
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HELP NEEDED URGENTLY FOR HAVING RECEIVED A DIMISSAL LETTER FROM TESCO WHILE I WAS IN HOLIDAY

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Hi guyz
Well i was in holiday in my native country for from 30 June - 16 of July. I fell sick during my holiday n could neither take the fight back nor resume work on the required day (21th of july). As required i have call the Day Duty Manager n inform him about the situation he said its ok he will send the message to my Night Duty Manager,
To my astonishment,on my return,i found two letters sent by the company,one convocation letter dated 21th July 2008 (same date that i need to resume work) for an investigatory meeting to be held on 28th July 2008 and a dismissal letter dated 28th July 2008.(I was back to UK on the 3rd of July 2008)
I'hv contact the Personnel Manager regarding this matter she said that no sick call have been reported on that day, n me as required ,at around 6:15 pm on the 21th July,I'hv call the Duty Manager!!

Btw i have very clean staff record (working since December 2005).
i'hv bring my medical certificate n all.
So guyz help me plz.
Wat do i need to do?
Legal Action?
Thanks in advance.
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
they cant dismiss you while you off sick - are you with union - tesco do have one - think its a sweetheart agreement though -

contact acas - they will help if you cannot get union help

Can't find what you need? Try the Acas Helpline: 08457 47 47 47 - use say no....etc to get number

http://www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=1662

good luck - screw them!!!!
#2
v2drinkers
Take you phone bill as proof you phoned in on the first day to them to show you phoned in sick.

BUT some companies require you to phone in every day you are going to be off.


i'hv used card to call them n i don't need to call them everyday its only the day am coming back to work that i need to call.
TY
#3
holly100
they cant dismiss you while you off sick - are you with union - tesco do have one - think its a sweetheart agreement though -

contact acas - they will help if you cannot get union help

Can't find what you need? Try the Acas Helpline: 08457 47 47 47 - use say no....etc to get number

http://www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=1662

good luck - screw them!!!!



that wat i want to do screw them.
btw am not with union.
that the worst tesco !!! they have there own policy.
Ty
#4
KiNG_AuM
that wat i want to do screw them.
btw am not with union.
that the worst tesco !!! they have there own policy.
Ty



no tesco dont have there own policy - they are not running the country ....yet!!
they have to abide by civil and statute laws of this country -

get legal advice and as last poster says try and get confirmation of telephone call also doctors note

good luck:thumbsup:
#5
contact your local citizens advice bureau and they will point you in the right direction for legal help also
#6
they should be a form within Tesco where you can make an appeal against it, get all the evidence and information together, contact your personnel manager
#7
Thanks for ur advice tangjava,ttsese

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