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If your employer has concerns about your conduct, work or any absences you have had, they could start formal disciplinary action against you. Before further action is taken the employer must raise their concerns with their employee; if they are not resolved, it could lead to formal disciplinary or dismissal procedures.
This occurs when the employee is given a chance to defend themselves against the claim by appealing. Whether you are an employer or an employee, Stirling Ackroyd Legal will be at hand to defend your case.
An employer’s procedure should be conducted as follows, they should be in keeping with the Acas Code of Practice https://www.acas.org.uk/acas-code-of-practice-for-disciplinary-and-grievance-procedures/html
• The employer sends a letter setting out the issue.
• A meeting between the parties is held to discuss the issue.
• A disciplinary decision is then concluded.
• The employee then has a chance to appeal this decision.
If you are an employer who wishes to make a claim or an employee who wishes to defend themselves, Stirling Ackroyd Legal will defend you and your case. Our dedicated litigation team will guide you through the process, to court proceedings if necessary, to achieve the outcome that is best for you.