If you’ve been invited to attend a disciplinary hearing or meeting you, you have the right to be accompanied. Read on for more information about who can accompany you and their role as your companion.
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Have you been invited to a disciplinary meeting by your employer and are unsure what is expected of you? Please read on for further information on how you should prepare for your disciplinary meeting.
Over the last week I have again been humbled by my wonderful clients who have taken the time to thank me for my help. If you are experiencing problems at work read on to see how I can help.
I was delighted to assist a client who was demoted following a disciplinary procedure. Read on to find out how I helped my client.
I regularly blog about how clients can help themselves if they are accused of misconduct or gross misconduct. I make no apology for doing so again. At Lincs Law Employment Solicitors, we want to help and I set out below information and guidance about what to do if you are subject to allegations of misconduct or gross misconduct and are going through a disciplinary process. However, if you would like to discuss your situation with a qualified employment solicitor, just call us on 01522 440512 for a free consultation.
Have you been asked to attend a disciplinary or grievance hearing? Did you know you have the right to be accompanied? Or perhaps you’ve been asked to accompany someone at such a hearing. Read on for more information about the right to be accompanied.
In Mr J Hargreaves v Governing Body of Manchester Grammar School UKEAT/0048/18/, the Employment Appeal Tribunal considered whether it was fair for an employer to withhold evidence from the disciplinary hearing that ultimately led to his dismissal. Read my post for full details of this case and the implications for employees.
Being ordered to attend a disciplinary meeting at work is stressful. Understandably, most people find the whole work disciplinary process very difficult.