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The disciplinary investigation is a vital part of any disciplinary process and is crucial to the overall fairness of the procedure being followed and prior to any disciplinary action taken against

Most employers will have some kind of disciplinary policy and procedure, which will provide and enable for an employee to be suspended on full pay whilst a disciplinary investigation against them i

Are there too many staff signing off on sickies? Are you regularly left short-staffed? 

The NHS and their dispute with the doctors has been in the news recently and will continue to be in the spotlight until they resolve their

Managing staff can be challenging at times and getting the best out of them is what every manager and business owner wants.

Top 10 common mistakes employers make in regards to employment law, from failure to provide written contracts to making changes in rates of pay.

Employees no longer have to have parental or caring responsibilities to be entitled to request flexible working arrangements such as working part time, job sharing or working from home.

How to calculate Holiday Pay for part time employees can seem quite daunting at times but it is a simple mathematical formula.  All employees are entitled to a statutory minimum holiday p

The conviction of disgraced footballer Adam Johnson for child sex offences sparked much debate.

Managing sickness absence is not always straight forward, and can be tricky at times.

Most employers will know that the purpose of the probation period is to provide an appropriate amount of time.

There will always be the unsettling times when an employer has to take action and discipline one of their employees.

It goes without saying that honest dealing should form the foundation of every business.

Every business should aim to adopt a policy of equality and fairnes. So it’s important that a company understands its obligations to treat individual employees even-handedly.

The Acas statutory Code of Practice on discipline and grievance provides basic practical guidance for handling disciplinary and grievance situations in the workplace.

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