Discipline and grievances
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Disciplinary and grievance issues

Disciplinary and grievance issues can be a major burden to employers. Without putting in place and following the correct procedures, you run the risk of facing a claim of unfair or constructive dismissal.

Disciplinary procedure

Your disciplinary procedure should clearly state what disciplinary actions can be taken and who has the authority to act. For example, it should not include dismissal for a first offence, unless there has been gross misconduct.

Our employment law team will advise on creating and managing your procedures, in line with the ACAS Code of Practice – failing to follow this Code means you could face an increase of 25 per cent in any award made against you by an employment tribunal.

We can assist you with deciding what rules are needed: for example, on inappropriate behaviour – and how serious different offences are. This includes deciding what constitutes gross misconduct, meriting instant dismissal.

Employment law - handy guide to latest key facts and figures

With employment law changing so frequently, we are mindful that employers may find it hard to keep up to date with the latest regulations.

As part of our commitment to helping you minimise the risk to your business of an employment claim, please download our handy guide to current key facts and figures relating to employment law.

Employment facts and figures  

Jo Davis

Jo Davis

Tel: 01753 279029 | 07894 608230

Kathryn Fielder

Kathryn Fielder

Tel: 01753 279029 | 07889 625192

Chris Brazier

Chris Brazier

Tel: 01753 279029 | 07891 990980

Hannah King

Hannah King

Tel: 01753 279029 | 07794 296936

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Email: enquiries@bpcollins.co.uk

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