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Q Does a worker have any legal rights to take anyone other than a fellow worker or trade union official to a disciplinary or grievance meeting?
For example, if an employee raises an allegation such as harassment under the employer's equal opportunities policy, this may constitute a grievance at which the employee is entitled to be accompanied by a fellow worker or a trade union official.
When she finally retired last week, she asked for no presents, but told staff and fellow workers that she would be happy if they made donations to the Parkinson's disease charity.
He suffered fatal head and chest injuries after being struck by a large industrial telehandler vehicle, being driven by fellow worker Timothy Bevan.
Stephen Okuefuna yesterday told how he suffered months of abuse from a fellow worker on a building site in Allerton.
And 17 per cent said it was pressure from their employer that caused the break-up of a relationship with a fellow worker, according to research by online etailer half price perfumes.
Derek gives a lift most mornings to fellow worker Mick Curtis in his Peugeot 307, his favourite car out of all those he's worked on in the last three decades.
A MAN from north Warwickshire accused of murdering a fellow worker at the site of a mass foot and mouth cull was remanded in custody when he appeared before magistrates.
A SLAUGHTERMAN from North Warwickshire accused of murdering a fellow worker at the site of a mass foot and mouth cull was remanded in custody when he appear-ed before magistrates.
A fellow worker at Eden Waste Recycling said last night: "It was a horrific accident and everyone on the scene has been left in total shock.
A TEENAGER gunned down a fellow worker while the pair carried out community service.
Vera Brown (nee Billington) is keen to trace former fellow worker, Doris Parkinson.

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