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Message started by Kal on Feb 5th, 2004 at 12:54am

Title: Disciplinary appeal
Post by Kal on Feb 5th, 2004 at 12:54am
This is probabaly quite simple for there is a disciplinary hearing for a member of staff under performing, however this member of staff has not been given any for of training. After six months the employer puts his case in the form of a disciplinary hearing. The employer failing to conduct an investigatory hearing and failing to train the employee, as a result employee wins the case and is not dismissed, however he is given a first written warning which remains present on his record for 12months. In the first appeal against this, should the employee present all his evidence against the decision made? how much, perhaps,'aggression' should be put into the case for a first appeal against the written warning given?

I would be grateful for any help/advice in this matter. It would also help if any replies were sent directly to


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