Employers need to follow their own procedures carefully and correctly to ensure their business is not exposed to potential claims.

Disciplinary matters should be dealt with in a timely manner.  Consistency of treatment is key, as is clear paperwork documenting the process.

If you receive a letter of complaint from an employee or perhaps an employee resigns raising some concerns, these may constitute grievances and you should seek advice on how to handle them in accordance with the ACAS Code of Conduct and your own grievance procedure.

On behalf of local and national clients, we advise regularly on disciplinary and grievance issues, providing support and guidance throughout the entire process. Thursfields’ clients can also choose to subscribe to our fixed fee Helpline Service so they can seek support whenever they need to…

We work with Thursfields on a retained basis – we work with key contacts who know our business and how we operate. We would be happy to recommend their services.”

Fitzgerald Contractors Ltd

Contracts of Employment / Directors Service Agreements

TUPE Business Sales / Acquisitions

Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures

Unfair Dismissal / Wrongful Dismissal

Post-Termination Restrictions

Business Settlement Agreements

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