In Brief: Important Updates from November 2019Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 2 December 2019 Issues covered:
A number of useful articles were added to the Legal Island Employment Law Hub throughout the months of October and November. Here is a quick recap of some of the recent developments within the employment law sphere:
Your questions on disciplinary matters are answered:
- Should an internal disciplinary procedure be applied to an employee who is on probation?
- Can a letter setting out reasons for dismissal be issued by email?
- Our disciplinary policy includes a penalty of gross misconduct for covertly recording meetings. Is this lawful?
- Dealing with New Evidence Arising at an Appeal Hearing
Patricia Rooney from Tughans discusses the steps you should take in dealing with a grievance regarding
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This article is correct at 02/12/2019
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