- Relationship to Diabetes
- Type 2
Don't go back to work, let him fire you if he wants to, then sue him for wrongful dismissal, if you can.Hi sorry to hijack your post Hadrian135. I too received the shielding letter in March. When we contacted the GP about it we were told it was because of the combination of newly being diagnosef with diabetes, high blood pressure and being overweight which am gradually loosing thankfully.
My issue is now my employer contacted me yesterday and is telling me to come back to work from Monday even though i sent him the shielding letter. His comment was the virus is fake and nothings gonna happen which shocked me. I feel he has spat in the faces of family and friends who have lost loved ones due to this virus.
I have proof that they dont follow social disantancing or regularly clean up and go visit friends who seem to be just as narrow minded as them who also come and hang out like nothings happening at their workplace btw.
I want to tell him i quit but will work for another month from home untill they can find and train a replacement to help them out.
Do you guys think am wrong in doing that? I wont face any legal actions if i go down this route right?