Unified Employee Rights know your Rights
The UERA is here to offer advice when you get stuck in the workplace. If you believe your manager is treating you unfairly, or you have an employee who is becoming a problem, we could tell you what is within your rights.
When your manager isn’t acting fairly, either by discriminating against you, disallowing you leave or dismissing you unlawfully, it can make everyday a constant battle. Don’t battle it alone, Unified Employee Rights Advice could help.
On the other hand, if you are struggling to handle a problematic employee, Unified Employee Rights could help you handle the case delicately.
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Unified Employee Rights can help in any situation. Whatever your problem or mishap, you should know your rights. Don't suffer in silence; know your rights as an employee or an employer.
As an employer you have a legal obligation to offer an employee the right of appeal following any disciplinary sanction issued.
A manager must be satisfied that a matter of potential misconduct has been thoroughly investigated before deciding whether disciplinary action is warranted.
Before taking any action with the employee, it is important for managers to establish whether the issue they have with their employee is a matter of capability or misconduct.
An employee has a right to have their grievance heard.
There is no limit on the amount of compensation a tribunal can award an employee if he or she has been unlawfully discriminated against. Unlawful discrimination could ruin your workforce and have a hugely detrimental effect on staff morale.
You need to recruit the right person for the right job at the right time. You don't want the company to incur any liability as a result of the recruitment process. Failure to achieve either of these objectives can cost an enormous amount of time and money.