We often receive calls from clients who have been notified of a disciplinary hearing at work and, understandably, are feeling stressed and anxious. As such, they would like their mum, dad, sibling, wife, husband, partner, grandparent, auntie, uncle etc to attend with them. Please read on to find out more.
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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.
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.