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If the employer fails to comply with a reasonable request by the
worker to be accompanied, or fails to postpone the meeting to a mutually
convenient time within five days when the companion is unable to attend the
scheduled meeting, the worker can complain to an employment tribunal. Where the
complaint is well founded the tribunal will order the employer to pay up to two
weeks' pay as compensation (subject to the statutory cap on the amount of a
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