[BCAB] Access to Work

George Bell george at techno-vision.co.uk
Thu Mar 21 11:27:02 GMT 2019


Hi Colin,

I hope Brendan Magill's message below, and his offer, makes sense.

(It's a wonder they haven't also gone the other way, and made a deduction for those in the work place who spend time looking up private issues on work systems)

George

-----Original Message-----
From: Brendan Magill <brendan at magill.co.uk> 
Sent: 21 March 2019 11:18
To: George Bell <george at techno-vision.co.uk>
Subject: Re: [BCAB] Access to Work

Hi George,

Yes I've come across this many times as it has been part of the AtW rules for several years, though I think they are tightening up on it a bit these days.  It is often possible to make a case for them paying the full amount but that can sometimes take a bit of negotiating.  I'd be more than happy to have an initial conversation with Colin or anyone else about how to present their case if that would help.

Although I do charge for my services I'd be willing to have that initial chat with Colin or anyone else about this or other AtW or broader work related issues at no charge.  Please feel free to pass this and my contact details on to Colin or to the BCAB list if you think that would help.

Cheers,

Brendan.

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BRENDAN MAGILL
Business, Employment &
Disability Consultancy

14 Barry Street
Worcester
WR1 1NR
England

Phone(UK): 01905 28286
Phone(International): +44 1905 28286

Email: brendan at magill.co.uk

Web: www.magill.co.uk 




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