We can advise on...

  • Employee Disciplinaries
  • Conducting Investigations
  • Dismissal Procedure
  • Investigation Meetings
  • Grievance Hearings
  • Lateness
  • Disciplinary Hearings
  • Verbal Warnings
  • Employment Tribunals
  • Unfair Dismissals
  • Disciplinary Hearings
  • And More

What are the correct disciplinary procedures for your business?

We’re the first choice when you need legal information about employee disciplinaries. Our specialists can talk you through the policies you need to put in place helping you work towards compliance with UK law.

From taking initial steps to investigate the situation. through to suspending an employee or conducting a disciplinary hearing, we can provide legal advice to guide you through the process and give you peace of mind. Call us today (0800-009-2961) for no-strings guidance you can rely on.

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Let us help you protect your business.

We understand the challenges that businesses face, and how time consuming it can be to stay one step ahead of UK legislation. It’s important to put the correct disciplinary procedures in place to maintain fairness and consistency when dealing with employee misconduct. Failure to do so could put your business at risk from an unfair dismissal claim, or worse a costly Employment Tribunal.

An employer must be able to show that they have taken reasonable steps to implement effective HR policies and procedures in line with the ACAS code. Running a business is tough enough without the worry of a potential grievance or unfair dismissal claim. Get your free legal HR advice today from Employers Helpline.

About Employers Helpline

Dedicated exclusively to employers, HR and managers, Employers Helpline exists to help employers prevent, resolve or defend against problems with (or between) employees based on the ACAS code of practice.

Please note that we do not advise on tax issues (please contact HMRC for advice on this). If you are an employee looking for advice, we recommend you contact the ACAS helpline.