Issues can arise within a workplace and disciplinary and grievance procedures are there to ensure that these issues are managed correctly and dealt with in a fair manor. For this reason, procedures are put into place to support both employees and employers. It is also important that an organisation follows the ACAS Code of Practice Disciplinary and Grievance procedures. Failure to follow these procedures could lead to an employment tribunal.
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Once the informal approach to correct minor workplace issues has been exhausted, employers are encouraged to use their formal processes in order to move with the matter forward.
Workers have a statutory right to be accompanied by a fellow worker or Trade Union official when they are required to attend disciplinary or grievance hearings and may request to exercise this right ...
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