Hi all My husband had been working for manpower agency for nearly 4 years. As a casual employee on the Woolworths account. Towards the end of last year he received a written warning for attendance, even though each time he was not available for work he would notify them early in the morning or the day before. Working a 6pm start suited him however, even after he receives a roster each week to work 6 days, there were some days his shift was cancelled at 5pm. Until one week where no roster was received, so after close to 4 years, this was strange. His workmates received their roster so first thing Monday morning. He called and was informed he will be receiving a warning and he'll need to attend a meeting before a roster will be sent. (The meeting happen - which was a joke as so evidence was presented to understand manpower concerns). I was there and witnessed the most poorly run conduct investigation I have ever seen. What followed this meeting was ongoing phone calls back and forth for his roster and my husband was off work for close to 3 months leading up to Christmas. We nearly lost our home and have since moved back to his parents. After the ordeal, my husband wasn't himself and his head is now been diagnosed with anxiety and severe depression. I feel the actions of manpower caused this. No roster has been received and upon several attempts for a separation certificate to apply for Centrelink benefits and requests for a copy of his worker's contract (which was never received). My husband is in medication and is working on getting his life back on track. My husband has not resigned from manpower nor received anything that explains his employment status with manpower. With what I have shared, I feel that the actions by manpower have caused an adverse effect on my husband's health, well-being and safety, do you feel it is worth pursuing? I wrote a statement to the manpower and no one has responded and my phone calls have not been returned.