Disciplinary Matters and Grievances

Specialist employment legal support and advice for businesses on dealing with employee complaints, disputes and disciplinary matters.

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Disciplinary Matters and Grievances

Practical, proactive help for businesses managing a workplace disagreement

Handled incorrectly, workplace conflict could lead to unfair dismissal and/or discrimination claims. Early legal advice could be all you need to stop matters from escalating.

Our specialist employment solicitors advise on all workplace disputes, whether it is responding appropriately to a complaint or grievance from an employee or dealing effectively with an employee’s conduct and performance.

We always recommend contacting us at the outset of any potential disagreement to ensure any appropriate steps are taken in a timely way.

Our team will provide practical, proactive advice on the legal requirements which arise in disciplinary and grievance matters as well as guidance on how to conduct an investigation, a grievance meeting and a disciplinary meeting. In addition, we can assist you with instructing HR consultants to carry out grievance and disciplinary investigations, if required.

Talk to us as soon as possible if you have a complaint, dispute or disciplinary matter. Our employment legal team in St Albans, Harpenden and Luton will make sure you take the right steps to protect your interests.

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