Disciplinary, Grievance, Suspension, Redundancy or even Dismissal
We also negotiate amicable settlements through the Settlement Agreement process (see below).
If you are facing a Grievance or Disciplinary at the moment, it can be a worrying time.
If you have recently been Suspended or even Dismissed and you believe your employer has not followed the correct procedure, you need to do something about it. It may be that someone has raised a Grievance naming you. Don’t worry.
You have employment rights. You have a voice. Do something about it.
If you have recently, quite suddenly, lost your job (due to Dismissal or Redundancy) with no satisfactory written explanation, you may have been subjected to an unlawful process or even wrongful dismissal.
If you have been made Redundant and you do not believe your employer has treated you fairly, seek advice immediately. You only have a small time-frame in which to take action.
Does any of this sound familiar? If it does, call us and ask to speak to an HR adviser.
Have any of the above circumstances occurred because, in your view, you raised concerns or submitted a formal complaint yourself? We may be able to help you understand your legal rights and/or identify a way forward.
We can also help you draw up formal letters such as a Stage 1 Grievance or Appeal or a Dismissal Appeal. We will help you to structure your case so that your employer understands why you are feeling aggrieved.