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Employment Contracts, Policies and Procedures4th April 2022
If employee misconduct and grievances are not addressed appropriately, they can have a detrimental effect on your company’s performance and may end up in costly employment tribunals. Tann Law’s employment solicitors can assist you in anticipating and resolving these problems by implementing appropriate disciplinary and grievance procedures.
Clear protocols communicate to your employees precisely what you expect of them in terms of behaviour, performance, and attendance, and they are simple to follow. Additionally, these recommendations outline how you should discipline employees who do not meet these criteria.
These methods promote the desired behaviour while also supporting you in managing concerns as they emerge. Additionally, they will reduce the possibility that employees may sue for compensation for unfair dismissal or constructive unfair dismissal following their termination.
Once disciplinary issues and grievances are raised, it is vital that they are addressed promptly and accurately the first time. Once the process has gotten off track, it is more difficult to recover.
Among other things, we can assist you with the following:
- Create and implement new disciplinary, grievance and appeals procedures.
- Create draughts of the verdict and letter of appeal.
Existing policies and procedures should be examined and updated as necessary. You are responsible for handling individual disciplinary or grievance proceedings. Employment tribunals are costly and inefficient, and you should avoid them.
Consult Tann Law’s employment solicitors to assist you in preparing for and defending your case in employment tribunals. Encourage and sustain high-performance levels among your personnel.
Tann Law Solicitors adhere to UK employment legislation and the ACAS Code of Conduct.
We frequently consult with businesses of all sizes throughout the country regarding disciplinary and grievance procedures and difficulties. When confronted with disciplinary and grievance matters, expertise counts, and you will benefit from having truly specialised employment solicitors on your side.
Disciplinary and grievance procedures should be an integral part of your organisation’s human resources policies and procedures.
Our team of employment law experts enables us to provide our customers with fully comprehensive guidance on human resource strategy and legal compliance. A varied range of organisations are already using our solicitors’ experience, so regardless of the size of your business or the industry in which you operate, we can assist you.