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Employment Law (Education)

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by a19pb, Nov 9, 2011.

  1. Without needing to know the details, your situation will be familiar to others. I don't know how much you know about workplace bullying so i apologise if i am wasting your time.

    The links below might help you get a handle on your situation and regain control.


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    Lords uphold ruling on vicarious liability in Majrowski case
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    Is your boss a psychopath or a narcissist
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    Once
    upon a time there was this brilliant teacher who seems to have lost the
    plot. - The rumours that he wasn't coping must be true.

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    Start again, without highjacking. What makes a great Headteacher?
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    Schools - Churches - Mostly good people. - an ideal environment ?
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    Workplace Bullying in Schools - Good teachers are most at risk - links
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    'Kangaroo courts' -- Never ! -- Our systems are both fair and reliable.
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  2. rosievoice

    rosievoice Star commenter

    Dear xtra, have a look in your inbox.
     
  3. FollyFairy

    FollyFairy Occasional commenter

    sorry to hear this - wanted to add my best wishes for your horrible situation. Citizens Advice Bureau may also be able to offer you good advice and/or recommend employment solicitors. Good luck!
     

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