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Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by marmitemate, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. marmitemate

    marmitemate New commenter


    I work in an independent school (not private though) I requested a review prior to the end of my probation period. I had that review two weeks ago and was told that I'm not meeting perceived standards. However, all this is based on a 'feeling' and not backed or supported by any concrete evidence. In fact its the total opposite - obviously things I still need to work on, but at no point prior to the meeting had I been told that this was an issue or at least in an explicit way. Any advice??
  2. FrankWolley

    FrankWolley Star commenter

    If you are not in a union, I'd join one. If you are, have a chat with them.
    tall tales likes this.
  3. marmitemate

    marmitemate New commenter

    Yep in a union and have contacted them today...

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