If you are facing disciplinary procedures or wish to raise a grievance, we can guide you through the process and expertly fight for your best interests. Our Employment lawyers here at Three Graces Legal have excellent experience in helping clients put forward cases in and pursuing their grievances, from the initial stages of investigation to the final hearing.
We fully understand that this may be a very difficult time for you both professionally and personally, but we will work with you to find the best way forward and relieve some of the strain you are experiencing.
To discuss your specific circumstances in the strictest confidence, call our team today on 0151 659 1070 or complete our online enquiry form and one of our expert solicitors will get back to you without delay.
Expert disciplinary and grievance procedure lawyers for employees
We can offer advice and representation in respect of disciplinary and grievance matters, this includes circumstances in which you feel that there has been a lack of procedure or that you feel that the procedure was unfair.
Where possible, you should always seek legal advice ahead of any disciplinary hearing. We can advise you fully on what points to raise in your case, and also on anything which may not be procedurally correct. Where your hearing results in a decision that is unfavourable to you, we can also advise on the best course of action to appeal or bring a claim against your employer in an Employment Tribunal.
Grievances in employment
Grievances can arise for a broad range of circumstances, but where these are not properly addressed by your employer, you may be able to bring an Employment Tribunal claim against them. Typical grievances that we assist clients with include:
- Unfavourable treatment by a manager or colleagues
- Changes to working patterns, location or hours
- Name-calling, nick-naming or being unfairly singled out
- Comments about appearance or other lifestyle choices
This list is not exhaustive, but each of these circumstances could result in a legitimate grievance. Your employer should have a grievance policy in place to allow you to raise such grievances, which should be investigated and dealt with accordingly. Where they do not, or where the policy is not correctly adhered to, you may be entitled to bring a claim against your employer.
Find out more about our pricing and fees for Employment Law matters.
Contact our disciplinary and grievance lawyers in Liverpool, Wirral, Merseyside and across England & Wales
If you require advice or assistance in relation to disciplinary hearings or grievances, contact our specialist employment lawyers today. We work hard for our clients and can offer a flexible fee arrangement that works for you. For free initial advice call us today on 0151 659 1070 or complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you right away. We look forward to helping you move on in your working life.