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The Employer's Handbook 2014-15, 10th Edition by Barry Cushway

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Handling Disciplinary Issues

There will invariably be times when you have to take disciplinary action against staff, either because of their conduct or because of their work performance. This chapter describes what disciplinary rules should be applied, the procedure to be followed and the actions you can take.

As an employer you have an obligation to set the required standards of behaviour and performance, to ensure that these are brought to the attention of employees and to inform them what will happen if these standards are not reached.

It is also a legal obligation under the Employment Rights Act 1996 and the Employment Act 2002 for any employer to include within the written statement of employment particulars (see Chapter 2) details of ...

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