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Re: Feeling terrified

Postby invisible2014 » Sat Apr 07, 2018 9:00 pm

Thank you sounds like you have a lovely job.i he just been in bed all day feeling sorry for myself just having a small bottle of wine now

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Re: Feeling terrified

Postby invisible2014 » Sat Apr 07, 2018 9:07 pm

I wish I never went back. All they've done is taken mic out off me

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Re: Feeling terrified

Postby Tom fod » Sun Apr 08, 2018 10:50 am

invisible2014 wrote:Thank you sounds like you have a lovely job.i he just been in bed all day feeling sorry for myself just having a small bottle of wine now


Thank you.

I have, in the past had, jobs/bosses that have made me want to cry and it is horrible and unnecessary that they cause it to get to that.

I hope you enjoyed your wine. I went to pub last night and I'm suffering for it this morning!

Oh and it's fine to say taking the ****.

The site is taking the P now
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Re: Feeling terrified

Postby invisible2014 » Sun Apr 08, 2018 2:20 pm

Hope you had a good night ,tom I'm not doing well at all feels like week will never end I've booked a drs appointment next week to discuss how much this has affected me.think I might need medicine

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Re: Feeling terrified

Postby SwervingCentaur » Sun Apr 08, 2018 8:41 pm

I feel really for you, I’ve been in your position so many times, that I’ve lost count. I’ve had a few jobs where it has gotten to the point where I have either left, or haven’t don’t well, for me to be finished as I was being bullied by the supervisor or just by the people who I was working with. My advice, if you still want to work at the same place, and you like it, try and contact someone who is higher than your manager. Joining a union could be helpful, as they will be able to protect and look after you. Contact Acas if you’re unsure what the next step is. If you signed a contract with the company, and they are making you work more than hours state on the contract, or forcing you to do overtime, which is illegal, I’ve been in a job, where I refused to do the overtime as I had already worked too much. I was only getting about 3 days off a month, I was sick of my life, I spent more time at work and asleep rather than spending time with my friends or family. I’ve finally found a job that I know I’m looked after, I wish your company treat you the same as mine did. If they haven’t given you a contract, you don’t need to work the hours that they are saying you have to, because there is no proof that you signed up for those hours.

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Re: Feeling terrified

Postby invisible2014 » Sun Apr 08, 2018 9:13 pm

Hi thank you so much for replying glad you finally found a lovely job with caring bosses.my manager has p...... Me off by not asking me if its OK or when I want to assuming I will.I'm not gonna sign any contract that afress to do any more 7-6 shifts during holiday club.I said no to that role and if it jepordises new so called 7-1 role it may be that u don't do role start looking for something else and just do bank work as nor doing 11 hour shifts everyday off holiday club .I've got a precious puppy to look after. She always says you might have to do all of holiday club as I got no.one els to ask well no I'm.not abs she can't ask me either.I feel terrified

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Re: Feeling terrified

Postby Tom fod » Sun Apr 08, 2018 9:59 pm

Please try not to feel fearful of saying no and meaning it. It puts you in a position of power. Aso make sre to formally ask for a copy of your terms of employment. They are legally obliged to provide you with a copy of these.
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