Your employer could start formal disciplinary action against you if they have concerns about your work, conduct or absence. Formal disciplinary proceedings can result in a first or final warning, suspension without pay, a demotion or even dismissal. All employer's disciplinary procedure should fall in line with the ACAS code of practice and it is important that they respect your rights throughout the process, especially your right to trade union representation.
If you find yourself facing formal disciplinary action call us for a free no obligation consultation. We can help you through every stage of the disciplinary process, from the investigation to the hearing and potentially the appeal. You will receive a dedicated representative who will prepare your defense, ask questions of the employer and ensure they follow the correct procedure and we can provide you with an experienced Trade Union representative to accompany you to your meeting and act on your behalf, even if you aren't part of a Union.
Should you find yourself facing a facing formal disciplinary action give us a no obligation call or request a call back for more information on how we can help.
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