This blog sets out an employee’s right to be accompanied to three of the most common types of workplace meeting; a Disciplinary Hearing; a Grievance Meeting; and a Redundancy Consultation Meeting.
Posts Tagged ‘Grievance’
If you are experiencing issues in your workplace, you may be considering raising (or have already raised) a Formal Grievance. This can, understandably, be a stressful and concerning time. You may therefore wish to take a companion to your Grievance Hearing for support. Please read on to find out more.
Disability Discrimination: Case Study
I recently acted for a client who came to me for assistance in respect of disability discrimination. Please read on for more information about how I was able to assist my client and achieve the compensation he deserved. If you are worried about a disability discrimination matter at work, just call on 01522 440512 for a free telephone consultation.
Unfortunately, things can occasionally go wrong at work. You might feel you are being bullied, you did not receive the pay rise you were promised, your bonus did not materialise, or your hours were reduced without your consent. In this blog I explain the initial steps you can take to address your concerns about work. Read on for more…
When clients ring to discuss the problems they are having with their employer, we often advise them to raise a Grievance. Read on for more information about how and why you should raise a Grievance. Alternatively, if you would like to discuss your situation with a qualified, specialist, employment law solicitor, please call us on 01522 440512 for a free consultation.
When clients ring to discuss problems they are having with their employer, we often advise them to send a Grievance. In the post below I set out some guidance and tips for raising a Grievance with your employer which I hope will help. However, if you would like to discuss your situation with one of our qualified, specialist, employment law solicitors, just call 01522 440512 for a free consultation.
Dismissed with no notice pay and don’t know what to do? Read this post on how I recently helped a client successfully conclude a claim for breach of contract.
When clients ring to discuss problems they are having with their employer, we often advise them to send a Grievance to their employer.