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03 May 12 #328161 by Cathy100
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My husband and I have a business together and after he had an affair with a member of our staff we are no longer together. I find it impossible to work there now but he wants'' me to work there every other weekend so he can have time off with his new family. What am I supposed to do as I find it impossible?

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03 May 12 #328164 by somuch2know2
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Wow....
Tell him you want redundancy and to be a silent business partner with quarterly dividends of company profits.

I really have no real advice for you. that sucks all around. You cant even escape your homelife at work..

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03 May 12 #328165 by pixy
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Ask an HR person/legal advice centre whether this amounts to constructive dismissal.

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03 May 12 #328166 by Cathy100
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Thank you for your reply

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03 May 12 #328171 by Crumpled
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Hi cathy I was very sorry to read about your situation it must be almost impossible for you all I can suggest is to get some legal advice...personally i think i would like to tell him where to take his suggestion and shove it !!insensitive or what its pathetic

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03 Jun 12 #334876 by Cathy100
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Thank you. regards Cathy

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05 Jun 12 #335127 by revenge
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My husband has his own business which is basically him. He put me on the business as director and secretary and 45% shareholder. He has now told
me he''s wrapping up the business and starting another one up in his sole name. He transferred a large sum of money from the account into another account, he said he doesn''t have to pay me any dividends for the last year as I have not performed the duties of his secretary funny that as I never did perform any duties, he just used my name for tax purposes. I would like to know if he is within his right to do this. It was a ltd compan

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