What is the importance of disciplinary and grievance procedures
A crucial part of an employment relationship are disciplinary and grievance procedures. It is not always an easy task to manage these whilst making sure that the right decisions are made at the right time, yet it is an employers legal requirement to do so. To help you through the process, Employment Lawyer in London have a variety of guides and we offer our services and support which include making one of our employment solicitors in London available to you to offer guidance through each step and to establish the most balanced, appropriate and legal actions to take.
For longer-term business planning and preparation and to ensure your business is primed for any incidents that may occur in the future, our disciplinary and grievance pages will provide you with invaluable employment law advice. Should you be contemplating disciplinary action against one of your employee's or if you have received a grievance which requires immediate advice with regards to your employer responsibilities, you must act quickly and you need a service that can meet these standards.
How is it best to deal with a disciplinary problem in the workplace?
Consider a Manager cautioning an employee in the workplace for performing inadequately and following the meeting, the employee is given notice. If Employment Lawyer in London had involvement in this business, we would develop a disciplinary and grievance procedure and coach the Managers on the correct procedures when they have to caution and fire employees. Our involvement will save the business any settlement agreement payments they would have to make as well as the complication of re-hiring an irritated employee. We have witnessed a lot of employee cases where company Manager have simply not adhered to a written disciplinary problem. In these scenarios, settlement agreements can reach above £10,000.