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Left fearing the worse after admitting disciplinary allegations

Published 14 November 2018
There are times when employees are facing disciplinary action having admitted serious wrongdoing and the outcome looks bleak. Our representatives are experts in presenting the mitigating fac...

Cleaning up the mess created by a rubbish disciplinary outcome

Published 07 November 2018
It may sound like the start of a fairy-tale, but once upon our time our representatives were truly shocked by blatantly unfair disciplinary decisions being made by employers.In real life howe...

Failing to see the funny side of a mistimed joke

Published 24 October 2018
As a delivery driver Ravi was used to delivering welcome gifts to householders and he certainly had something to celebrate when he received some good news of his own in the post.Our represent...

Facing a disciplinary investigation with a lack of evidence to support the allegation

Published 19 October 2018
When employees leave a company it can sometimes be under a very dark cloud and it can cause problems for those who remain with the business.When one of Helen’s former colleagues left the care...

Happy ending after workplace heartbreak

Published 16 October 2018
If we fallout with those closest to us, the break-up can sometimes be bitter and acrimonious. After Joe, a customer service advisor, ended his relationship with his girlfriend after eight year...

Paying the price for a sham redundancy

Published 10 October 2018
Many parents will say life changed forever when their first child was born… and some may even tell you that it also had a disastrous impact on their working life. This certainly appeared to ...

When failure to make a good early impression threatens your job security.

Published 03 October 2018
There was good reason for Reece to fear the worse when he was asked to attend a probation review meeting. His employer was claiming his probation period had been extended twice previously an...

When all that appears on camera is not what is claimed.

Published 26 September 2018
For an innocent employee having to defend themselves against CCTV footage being used to support serious allegations against them is a daunting prospect. Incidents captured on camera are ofte...

Facing the wrath of the boss for complaining about poor working conditions

Published 19 September 2018
Hot weather can cause employees to get hot under the collar and inflame already tense situations.The recent hot spell will no doubt have brought back bad memories for Clint. He was working in a...

When Relationships Breakdown in the Workplace

Published 12 September 2018
Just like any other relationship when working relationships breakdown the fallout can be acrimonious, distressing and costly.Pat believed dismissal was inevitable after a disagreement with he...

When a poor performance eventually gets the right result.

Published 04 September 2018
We’ve probably all made bad decisions…unless you’re in denial or of exemplary character in which case you may at least have been on the receiving end of one. At work such decisions by a manage...

Failing to spot an employee’s innocence in the disciplinary evidence

Published 28 August 2018
Physical abuse of the vulnerable is a heinous act and it is one of the worst allegations that can be made against anyone in the caring profession. Bridget, an experienced carer, was wrongly ...