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Top Tips when suspending employees

| by Mark Ferron
Important information for all employers who may need to suspend one of their employees. Check out our top tips on suspending employees.

Understanding sickness, your rights and being disciplined whilst sick

| by Sarah Everton
An employer will often managing attendance problems often means tackling possible causes of absence and sickness, where it affects the business.

Sexual Harassment

| by Stephen Britton

What is unfair dismissal?

| by Stephen Britton
Expert employment solicitor Stephen Britton explains and answers some questions on unfair dismissal.

The ugly consequences of viewing a not so pretty picture at work

A disciplinary process not fit for purpose

Lending a helping hand to fix a disciplinary problem

Five-step plan to prepare for a disciplinary appeal hearing

Unhappy manager creates disciplinary problem

A look inside a disciplinary process with a timely ending.

How to prepare for a disciplinary investigation meeting

Saying the right thing to eventually right a disciplinary wrong.

Facing the facts when a formal disciplinary process is unnecessary.

Reaching the correct destination after an unfair journey through the disciplinary process

Dealing with a disciplinary case created by a colleague with a grudge

Cleaning up a disciplinary mess

Finding an agreeable resolution when strained working relationships lead to disciplinary action.

Expert help needed when work problem becomes a family problem

Blindsided by a disciplinary process an employer thought was an open and shut case.

What should happen if you are ill during the disciplinary process?

Sharing the right information at the right time to avoid the sack

Fixing a disciplinary problem after an IT issue proves more than a technical glitch

Ways in which you may be able to avoid facing formal disciplinary action at work

Dealing with the unfair consequences of sharing workplace gossip

Fighting a way out of disciplinary trouble and beating bullying tactics

Can you get sacked from a disciplinary?

How to respond to any disciplinary allegation made against you at work

What happens if you are under investigation at work?

When patience proved to be more than a virtue in a disciplinary case

Unnecessary pain caused by a hurtful disciplinary process

| by yvonne

How to deal with an employee accused of a crime.

| by yvonne

Good intentions with bad consequences.

| by yvonne

Trouble follows acceptance of an offer that seemed too good to refuse.

| by yvonne