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Leaving and returning?

Discussion in 'Jobseekers' started by pinkglitter, Mar 5, 2012.

  1. You've made it all sound very simple supply slave, but unfortunately as I think you probably know life just isn't that straightforward. Yes, I could refuse to teach extra lessons, causing my results to drop, causing me to fail my PM - it's all a chain of events.
    Employers can make life very difficult for you perfectly legally. You say that "compensation is limitless" - which is precisely why it's so difficult to prove and few people get anywhere with it.
    This isn't a rash decision, I've been thinking about it for months and I quite resent the implication that I am being rash about anything when I haven't done anything yet! The options are either to continue working ten hour days or to resign.
     
  2. No no no I wasn't at all suggesting anything offensive - apologies for the offence caused. It's just this wasn't clear (to me anyway) from your post. It is precisely because of the bullying tactics that I suggest a diary and early involvement of your union.
     

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