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    Default Company trying to make me decline offer so they don't have to withdraw?

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    Default Re: Company trying to make me decline offer so they don't have to withdraw?

    Hi,

    Was the offer "unconditional " or was it "subject to..." - references, CRB, Board approval etc?

    if it WAS unconditional call Acas: they be be in anticipatory breach of a contract slated to begin in "a few weeks".

    Conditional? Accept other offers and move on with good grace.

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    Default Re: Company trying to make me decline offer so they don't have to withdraw?

    It has been found at Tribunal that and employer was in breach of contract when a verbal offer was withdrawn so it could be possible that they are hoping you find another job in order that they do not have to withdraw their offer.

    When you verbally accepted their offer were basic terms discussed with you like start date and notice periods.
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