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Your suposed to tell if under discliplinary in job??

Discussion in 'Property Finance' started by Darlinghurst Boy, 9th Dec, 2015.

  1. Darlinghurst Boy

    Darlinghurst Boy Well-Known Member

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    i remember going for a loan where the bank asked me " is there anything else you need to tell us about your job that could affect your loan?

    I work for the NSW Govt where co workers lodge complaints against each other for minute reasns creating a big investigation team unit that investigates staff complants.

    Things like being called "darling " where old Fred 71yo employee of 41 years called a womam emloyee darling who had to go for trauma counselling and a month off work.:rolleyes:

    He was sent a letter saying he was on discliplinary investigation, a few months after he was found guilty and sent for re-education and given a warning letter.o_O
    After that dragged on for over 6 months poor old Fred who had been transferred to filing for 6 months ended up coming back but refused to talk to anyone.

    Look , i admit im currently under disciplinary investigation and have been now for 8 months, a letter was sent to me by the HR investigation team allegedly i was making cat noises "meee oww" down the phone to a male superviser on another office floor:D who later felt bullied when the caller called him a "silly old lazy poof" and went on stress leave for a few months.:eek: ....shocking someone would do that to him !! :rolleyes:
    Last i heard he was sunning himself in Sunny Thailand on sress leave.

    Its still under investigation despite 8 months going by and i havent heard anything back only their currently have an investigation team onto it.:cool:
    I didnt do it so I have nithing to worry about but for loan purposes it still could affect my job because I havent been found guilty or innicent yet.

    Would i have to declare that to the bank ??
     
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  2. Terry_w

    Terry_w Solicitor, Finance Broker, CTA Business Member

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    I wouldn't.
     
  3. Barny

    Barny Well-Known Member

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    Hahahahaha thank you for the laugh. what a crack up.
     
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  4. datto

    datto Well-Known Member

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    I wonder if you have to say something if you have been dismissed?
     
  5. Xenia

    Xenia Adelaide Property Manager Business Member

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    You still have a job, why throw in any confusion about it?
     
  6. Xenia

    Xenia Adelaide Property Manager Business Member

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    You still have a job, why throw in any confusion about it?
     
  7. sash

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    This is pretty silly...I would fire this people investigating and the idiot who made the complaint.

    Unless it happens all the time...people need to get over it.

    It just like this idiot from the CBA...

    CBA executive awarded $300,000 after 'hellish' harassment, including 'outing'

    What an absolute toss bag..if he needs to toughen up! He is in a Senior Exec role..if he can't work things through...then he should not be in his job! This bloke is the wrong job....

    The idiot judge who handed this sentence should be medicated.

     
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  8. Johnny Cashflow

    Johnny Cashflow Well-Known Member

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    Meeeeooowwwww
     
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  9. Johnny Cashflow

    Johnny Cashflow Well-Known Member

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    But yea I agree.

    Cotton wool society
     
  10. Corey Batt

    Corey Batt Finance Strategist Business Plus Member

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    Have your broker put in the notes that you're currently under investigation for meowing on the phone to a supervisor.

    Not for any other reason than making the assessors day - some of those poor buggers are under a lot of stress during this christmas period.
     
  11. SerenityNow

    SerenityNow Well-Known Member

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    "allegedly" meowing ;)
     
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  12. teetotal

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    Now tell the truth mate;), that it was actually you "the poor old Fred" as well :p
     
  13. Bran

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  14. Xenia

    Xenia Adelaide Property Manager Business Member

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    I sooo wanted to put this as a response but told myself to behave

    I'm glad you didn't hold back lol
     
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  15. MattA

    MattA Well-Known Member

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    Reminds me of my time as a Yellow Pages rep.

    On day one of my employment I was put on a 'coaching plan' to be reviewed every three weeks as this would assist me to improve my results. WTF - It was day one, what results !

    I was so happy when 2 1/2 years later they paid me (aka redundancy) to go and do something else...
     
  16. devank

    devank Look, lets just get on with this, ok? Premium Member

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    No, because you know that you will find better-paying job in case you lose this one.
     
  17. D.T.

    D.T. Adelaide Property Manager Business Member

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    Agree completely!
     
  18. Vixs

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    Why is the onus on the victim of harassment to harden up? A systematic campaign over YEARS to discredit, defame and abuse someone run by a grudge-holding loser who has a bee in his bonnet about one business, and it's the person on the receiving end that's an 'absolute toss bag'? You can only resolve an issue when the other party wants a resolution - that obviously wasn't this white knight crusader had in mind, he just wanted to take a swing at someone.

    In the wrong job...who goes to work to get abused? I don't think that guy is the absolute toss bag here.

    To the original poster...how do you put up with a culture of intentional underachievement? Dunno how government employees do it.
     
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  19. sash

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    Would suggest you look at the business he is in?

    Also....look at why the CBA would at the kindness of their heart....fund his defence. The CBA have had a disgraceful record over the years......first it was Storm, then it was Financial Scandal..then it was taking fees which they were not entitled to.

    Above all they use legal means to get away from anything.

    I would congratulate Fraser as he is in the consumer's corner. By the way I had to deal with the arrogant idiots this toss bag employs....would suggest that the shoes on the other foot. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy!!! Hope the ruling gets over turned!

     
  20. Dazedmw

    Dazedmw Well-Known Member

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    Work for a bank, forego your legal rights? Is that how it works?