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Disciplinary hearings

Being requested to attend a disciplinary hearing can be extremely distressing. There is always a risk that the hearing could result in your dismissal, a formal warning, or some other kind of sanction being taken such as demotion.

You have the right to be accompanied by a work colleague or trade union representative at any disciplinary hearing, if you are not a member of a Trade Union Compromise Agreement Solicitors can arrange for a trade union representative to attend with you.

Compromise Agreement Solicitors can prepare for the disciplinary hearing for you by drafting you a written statement and, if necessary appealing on your behalf against any decision imposed.

The right legal representation and support can make a big difference to the outcome.

Grievance hearings

All employees should have a grievance policy which their employees have a copy of or are able to access. Employees who have concerns at work are able to use a grievance process as a means to resolve the issues that they are experiencing at work.

Compromise Agreement Solicitors are able to offer advice and assistance if you have a grievance at work. This could include the drafting of the initial grievance, guiding you throughout the grievance process and dealing with any appeal or subsequent tribunal claim.

You have the right to be accompanied by a work colleague or trade union representative at any grievance hearing, if you are not a member of a Trade Union Compromise Agreement Solicitors can arrange for a trade union representative to attend with you.

 

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