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    Quick question - fast response needed

    CAN a head change your job description without you agreeing and also is it easy for him to turn around and say "well i will have your job description changed......

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    Re: QUICK QUESTION- FAST RESPONSE NEEDED

    No. Get advice from you union.

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    Re: QUICK QUESTION- FAST RESPONSE NEEDED

    Seconded

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    Re: QUICK QUESTION- FAST RESPONSE NEEDED

    A head can change your job description, but you don't have to agree to it.
    http://www.unison.org.uk/acrobat/B1300.pdf

    If they add extra responsibilities, make sure you get more money and training. Again speak to Union.

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    Re: QUICK QUESTION- FAST RESPONSE NEEDED

    Absolutely not

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    Re: QUICK QUESTION- FAST RESPONSE NEEDED

    No, they can't just change it without your agreement - as it is changing your job. I also say contact your union.

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    Re: QUICK QUESTION- FAST RESPONSE NEEDED

    union ringing me after 12ish

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    Re: Quick question - fast response needed

    Glad to hear it - A JD isn't valid if you don't sign it anyway.

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    Re: Quick question - fast response needed

    I have been told to goto the Offices where they keep a record of all council employees. There I need to get a copy of my Job Description/Person Spec and contract of employment. Once I have these I meet with Unison Rep and they will come into school.

    I am meeting with the head in the next half an hour to tell him what I will be doing. I have been told to say I want it in writing and I am going to speak to my Trade Union before making any changes to my Job Role.

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    Re: Quick question - fast response needed

    Good luck

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    Re: Quick question - fast response needed

    Quote Originally Posted by elsiegee40
    Good luck
    What he said.

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    Re: Quick question - fast response needed

    Quote Originally Posted by K.C.Leblanc
    Quote Originally Posted by elsiegee40
    Good luck
    What he said.
    I second that

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    Re: Quick question - fast response needed

    Thirded!

    All in favour?

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    Re: Quick question - fast response needed

    Quote Originally Posted by webman
    Thirded!

    All in favour?
    Aye! Gets my vote

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    Re: Quick question - fast response needed

    He has backed down and said he will review the timtable and meet with me monday. He was trying to be nice as pie. I will keep an update on here come monday.

    I have still asked for the required info in writing and I am getting the info from the council. (Contract etc.)

    thanks

    agian all, these HEADS think they can do what ever they want.

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