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Employee Disciplinary Proceedings

If you are an employee facing serious disciplinary allegations our employment law solicitors can help you explain and present convincingly your response to minimise the risk of you receiving an unjustified disciplinary warning or from being unfairly dismissed.

For many employees being invited to attend a disciplinary hearing proves to be a stressful and upsetting experience, more so if the allegations are misplaced or have little or no merit. Using our specialist knowledge and expertise we can ensure your response is suitably prepared and argued, giving you the best chance of defending successfully the allegations against you. Our help will also keep your concerns, upset and any stress levels to a minimum.

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How can we help you?

We are flexible in how much advice and support we provide; you can instruct us to do as much or as little work on your case as you choose. Typically, you may need help with all or some of the following:

Advice and guidance on how to respond to disciplinary allegations

Our key objective is to give you the knowledge and confidence to protect your best interests during the disciplinary process.

You can discuss with one of our expert employment law solicitors the merits of the allegations being made against you; we will explain your realistic options and suggest how best to react to your employer’s case against you.

Throughout your case, you can benefit from our practical experience and tactical guidance so you can be sure you are doing everything you should to save your job.

Your disciplinary hearing case preparation

If you have to attend a disciplinary hearing it’s essential that you have fully and carefully prepared your defence and representations. We can help you, for example, by drafting your witness statements and written representations, and compiling your bundle of supporting documents, if any of these are required. Tactically you may also need us to write to your employer to make representations on your behalf.

We can make sure you are happy about what to expect and how to conduct yourself at your disciplinary hearing, including helping you challenge your employer’s disciplinary investigations, procedures and evidence.

Appealing your employer's disciplinary decision

If you are disciplined or dismissed we can review what has happened and advise you about your right to appeal and, if relevant, the merits of bringing a related employment tribunal or court claim. You may need to appeal against the outcome of your disciplinary hearing. If so, we can help you do this so that your legal position is preserved and not inadvertently harmed.

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