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TOPIC: cuting working hrs

cuting working hrs 6 years 10 months ago #14810

  • mouse
Hi im looking for some advice as im curently full time working but only just as im waiting to hear if my employer will keep me as ocupational health say i am not to do the sales componant becasuse of the pain that it causes as i am expected to walk for extende times lol ho without my stik cos that dose not look good for a gym instructor. the same doc says i am fit to work full time he never botherd to ask how i was coping with my hrs! im not. I can still instruct buy the companys own admision you can be agym instructor from a wheel chair.
I get nothing no help at all i have disc probmlems as high up as C7 they afect my balance ability to walk and leave me in constant pain, I have my bule badge but thats it now top it all i am loosing my home as my land lord has sold it. the housing offcer says i earn to much to get help but that reducing my hrs would change it however it has to be for health grounds not becasuse i feel like it. I dont want to work less becasues then i would be stuk at home alone more yet i am constantly tyerd because the pain stops me sleeping I allso have bad panik atacks and get dipresed My GPs an arrs....so no help. I am awaiting a redecision on my mobility allwance but im not holding my breath. any advice would help please?
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Re:cuting working hrs 6 years 10 months ago #14813

I am shocked that any company thinks it is ok to tell you not to use as aid that you need as it "does not look good". Errr.... excuse me?????? Have they not heard of laws against discrimination?

Seriously, I would be going to see the CAB, the union, and a solicitor - just for starters - and I would throw the book at them, to tell you that you do not look good is utterly disgraceful! Oh - and drop the human right commission an email, I have found their advice pretty good in the past.

I have still got steam coming out of my ears now, how dare they!!!!
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Re:cuting working hrs 6 years 10 months ago #14816

mouse wrote:
Hi im looking for some advice as im curently full time working but only just as im waiting to hear if my employer will keep me as ocupational health say i am not to do the sales componant becasuse of the pain that it causes as i am expected to walk for extende times lol ho without my stik cos that dose not look good for a gym instructor. the same doc says i am fit to work full time he never botherd to ask how i was coping with my hrs! im not. I can still instruct buy the companys own admision you can be agym instructor from a wheel chair.
I get nothing no help at all i have disc probmlems as high up as C7 they afect my balance ability to walk and leave me in constant pain, I have my bule badge but thats it now top it all i am loosing my home as my land lord has sold it. the housing offcer says i earn to much to get help but that reducing my hrs would change it however it has to be for health grounds not becasuse i feel like it. I dont want to work less becasues then i would be stuk at home alone more yet i am constantly tyerd because the pain stops me sleeping I allso have bad panik atacks and get dipresed My GPs an arrs....so no help. I am awaiting a redecision on my mobility allwance but im not holding my breath. any advice would help please?


Hi,

Although we cannot give individual advice, are you a member of a union?. If so, they can deal with this sort of thing on your behalf.

Failing that, consider contacting Community Legal Advice - details and contact number here:

www.communitylegaladvice.org.uk/

who should be able to advise you.

Regards

Pete
Nothing on this board constitutes legal advice - always consult a professional about specific problems
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Re:cuting working hrs 6 years 10 months ago #14825

  • mouse
thanks no im not a meber of a union legal aid could not advise me as I am in full time empoyment
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