Please find forwarded below the helpful advice I received from the National Careers Service RE compensation, which mirrored the advice Sue and Shirley offered after our meeting today. I hope I am communicating with you clearly enough that I want more money and more satisfaction from life, I want jobs to be easier and the girls to be easier as I currently feel frustrated. I don't feel I should have to do any more work to get it other than to raise this complaint at this point.
The thing I am most looking forward to is the rugby world cup in 2019 in Japan which I plan to go to with friends.
Thanks. In reply to your email, the following information might be helpful to you.Your CV and cover letter look fine and you have some good work experience. Have you been keeping an eye on Hinkley point (near Bridgewater)? Here in the South West that is probably the biggest ongoing potential nuclear project at the moment and you could send a speculative CV to EDF energy:If you feel potential employers are treating your unfairly you can speak to the Citizens Advice Bureau, they will be able to advise you best in this area, in particular in regards to your rights and what you can do. It is a good first port of call before meeting with a solicitor because it is free and impartial.If you would like to develop your people skills so you feel better equipped to deal with conflict management, there are courses as Bath College that are recognised internationally as professional management courses that can help you manage people and their behaviour effectively.