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    • FelineFan
    • By FelineFan 24th Nov 17, 3:33 PM
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    Advise - Immediate Resignation prior to Disiplinary Investigation
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    • 24th Nov 17, 3:33 PM
    Advise - Immediate Resignation prior to Disiplinary Investigation 24th Nov 17 at 3:33 PM
    Whilst in a highly stressed state, (due to working conditions & treatment), I ranted at my boss (whilst we were in a room alone together) and said something in the heat of the moment, which he then reported and it has been deemed as gross misconduct.
    I was told there was going to be an investigation, which may lead to my dismissal.
    I have only worked for the company for 8 months, but did pass my 6 month probation with flying colours.
    However, I handed in my resignation, prior to the investigation, thinking this would stop any investigation in its tracks. This was not the case.
    However I was given 2 options. 1) Leave via immediate resignation, no investigation would take place and Iíd effectively leave with a clean slate/no black mark OR 2) work my notice, an investigation would still be carried out, during which time, could still lead to my instant dismissal.
    Does the 1st option sound legal? Iím worried Iíve been stitched up, for want of a better description.
    Iím still awaiting a letter from HR to confirm this.
    Thank you
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    • Takeaway_Addict
    • By Takeaway_Addict 2nd Dec 17, 11:07 AM
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    You want us back in medieval times then bud?
    Originally posted by Chrysalis
    Any need for the 'bud' or were you trying to be patronising?
    Don't trust a forum for advice. Get proper paid advice. Any advice given should always be checked
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