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What's the point of procedure

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by back_in_business, Nov 23, 2011.

  1. This is great Gardening Leaves! As you can probably read between the lines for yourself, this is part of a on going battle that doesn't just involve me or this single problem. there have been so many frustrated staff leave in 2 years (14 in total!!!) and nothing is being done! I feel let down by my union and am waiting for a response for the Director of Children's Services/ Education but I think I am at the mercy of whether they are interested. The grievance letter I put in to the Chair of Governors and the head hasn't even been replied to.

    THanks for your advice! I'll keep you posted!
     
  2. butterfly0047

    butterfly0047 New commenter

    please can you tell me what happened as I am now in this position also

    Thanks
     

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