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You should be invited to a disciplinary hearing in writing, and provided with the allegations against you, together with any supporting evidence that your employer has collected. You should be given at least three clear days’ notice of the hearing, and be informed of your legal right to be accompanied by a work colleague or a Trade Union representative.

Whilst it is not a legal requirement, an employer should follow the ACAS Code on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures.

We can advise you through a disciplinary process, ensuring that the legal steps your employer must follow to fairly hold a disciplinary are adhered to.

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