Being invited a disciplinary meeting at work is stressful. Employees are often at their most anxious at exactly the time when they need to be thinking clearly. If you have been invited to a disciplinary meeting, read on for help and guidance.
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I was pleased to help my client defend herself against capability and disciplinary procedures initiated by her employer. At the time we met, she was being bullied out of her employment.
I was delighted to assist a client who was demoted following a disciplinary procedure. Read on to find out how I helped my client.
You may be suspended from work if you are being investigated for misconduct or for medical or health and safety reasons. You are likely to be told not to attend your place of work or to carry out any work at all. Read on for more information about what it means to be suspended and your rights while suspended.
The simple answer is yes, you can. Whilst an employee receives additional protection whilst on maternity leave such additional protection should not be seen as a ‘blanket cover’. An employer is entitled to continue investigating potential disciplinary matters which come to their attention.
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, this is an incredibly important issue and employees need to be prepared.
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.
Being required to attend a disciplinary meeting at work is stressful.