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Disciplinary, Dismissal and Grievances
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This is a bespoke service, based on your needs at each stage of the process, covering Disciplinary Hearings, Dismissal, Grievances and Appeals.

Employment Law is ever changing. Each year brings ever higher awards at tribunal. When staff relationships go wrong, we can deal with this time consuming difficulty for you. From drafting invite letters, through to carrying out the meeting effectively. At each stage of the process from written warnings, though to dismissal, we can support.

We work with our clients from the initial phone call to discuss potential solutions – whatever the issue you are facing.

We are here to give advice, based on real world, practical solutions. We excel at looking at the real issue and getting to the bottom of it.

Our aim is to provide our clients with an understanding of how they can deal with the difficulties which arise in ways which benefit their business, giving effective resolution to the problems facing them.

We always work with our clients to ensure that their desired outcome is understood and can be achieved before the onset of any action.

Dealing with Disciplinary Action

We support our clients throughout the process of Disciplinary Action. This can include:

  • Looking into the incident leading to the potential disciplinary action
  • Setting up an initial disciplinary investigation
  • Send an invitation to the member of staff to a disciplinary hearing
  • Carrying out a disciplinary hearing
  • Writing up notes from the disciplinary hearing and dealing with the outcome
  • Providing feedback to Directors/Managers regarding outcome of the disciplinary action
  • Reporting back to accounts for filling in HR file outcome of action (disciplinary action, warning letter etc)
  • Participating in any appeal and dealing with appeal notes and letter for and on behalf of directors

Dealing with Grievances

We support our clients through Grievance procedures by:

  • Looking into initial grievance and starting an investigation
  • Sending an invitation to the member of staff to a grievance hearing
  • Carrying out a grievance hearing
  • Writing up notes from the grievance hearing and dealing with the outcome
  • Providing feedback to Directors regarding outcome of grievance
  • Reporting back to accounts for filing in HR file outcome of action (grievance action, warning letter etc)
  • Participating in any appeal and dealing with appeal notes and letter for and on behalf of directors

This will require, in advance of any action taken, that you as a Company have relevant legislation taken care of with suitable Contracts of Employment and Company Handbooks set up.

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