Disciplinary and grievance procedures for employees

If allegations have been made against you or you are facing the daunting prospect of going through a disciplinary process, even if you do not have a detailed disciplinary procedure at work, there are certain steps that your employer must take.

Likewise, if you have a grievance with your employer you must follow minimum procedures. You need to understand what the procedures are and what your rights and obligations are within them. Contact Andrew Masters or Patrick Glencross to find out how we can help you.


How you present your case can dramatically affect the outcome so it is important to seek legal advice at an early stage.

Disciplinary hearings and complaints

Having to defend yourself at a disciplinary hearing or raising a complaint which may involve your line manager or colleagues can be stressful and unpleasant.

We will consider your position, provide information about your rights and guide you as to how best to present your case.

Choose Furley Page for advice about disciplinary hearings

Drawing upon our vast experience in these matters we will not simply inform you of your legal rights but we will devise a strategy to maximise the chances of resolving the issues in your favour.

How can we help you?

How can we help you?