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Grievance policy

Purpose and scope The purpose of a grievance procedure is to enable employees to raise a work-related problem, concern or complaint and to have the matter dealt with as quickly

Conducting a disciplinary meeting checklist

Read the Disciplinary Procedure. Has the employee been invited to attend the disciplinary meeting, been given all the relevant information ahead of the meeting, been clearly advised, in writing,

Invitation to a grievance appeal meeting

You have appealed against the outcome of your grievance which was confirmed to you in writing on [date]. I am therefore writing to invite you to an appeal hearing at

Letter confirming outcome of a grievance appeal

Further to the grievance appeal meeting that took place on [date], I write to confirm our discussions at the meeting, the evidence that was produced and my decision.

Grievance policy guidance notes

Grievance procedures are aimed at encouraging employers and employees to resolve disputes in the workplace without the need to resort to a tribunal claim as a remedy. Tribunals must take

Conducting an appeal checklist

Read the disciplinary procedure carefully. Appeals should deal with situations where the employee has been dismissed or another disciplinary sanction has been imposed.

Disciplinary suspension letter


Invitation to a disciplinary meeting

I am writing to advise you that you are required to attend a disciplinary meeting at [ ] on [date & time] with [name] to discuss your [conduct / attendance

Draft script for disciplinary meeting

SCRIPT FOR DISCIPLINARY MEETING Introduce yourself and everyone else in the room and what their function is

Letter to reschedule meeting following employees failure to attend

We write to you following your failure to attend the review meeting on [date]. Given the circumstances, [specify reasons for non-attendance, if known] the Company would like to reschedule and

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