It is unfortunately the case that employees will sometimes become involved in disciplinary and/or grievance related issues. Our expert lawyers can guide you through the process and help you secure the best possible outcome.
We are able to offer advice and assistance to employees who are faced with having to deal with a disciplinary hearing or process. We appreciate and understand that employees often need independent advice and support when facing a disciplinary situation.
The advice that our lawyers are able to provide covers all aspects of the disciplinary process including:
- assisting you in preparing for the hearing;
- analysing the strengths and weaknesses of your case;
- advice in relation to appeals;
- employment tribunal claims; and
- negotiating an exit or Settlement Agreement.
Our lawyers can assist you with drafting your grievance and preparing for your grievance hearing. We can also provide you with a legal analysis concerning the issues prior to you deciding whether or not you wish to raise a formal grievance and ultimately represent you in relation to any subsequent Employment Tribunal claims.
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