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Resources and Information 

We have all the resources, legal guidance, template letters information and advice to deal with the different types of workplace situations in which your job is threatened at every level. Whether you are in the middle of disciplinary or capability procedures, you have been suspended, have been fired, or you just need advice before you decide what to do. We will support you and guide you at every stage.

To use our service, scroll down to Related Pages  where you will find detailed information on discrimination with signposts to the best of what is available on the web. We also have Employee Rescue Guides, letter templates and information to help you address your workplace problem.

 

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Resources available 

Disciplinary action and capability

Discrimination at work

Surviving a workplace suspension

Health and Safety Dismissal

How to fight dismissal on Probation

How to survive a criminal charge, conviction or caution at work

Social Media and Unfair Dismissal

Surviving a disciplinary investigation at work

Surviving Capability and Performance Management

The Disciplinary Hearing

Alcohol and Drugs at work

How to prepare a schedule of loss for unfair dismissal

DOCUMENTS, FORMS AND LETTER TEMPLATES

 

 

Disclaimer

This resource is published by Employee Rescue Limited. Please note that the information and any commentary on the law contained herein is provided for information purposes only. The information and commentary does not, and is not intended to, amount to legal advice. Employee Rescue accepts no responsibility for any loss occasioned to any person acting or refraining from action as a result of the material contained in this publication.

Further specialist advice should be taken before relying on the contents of this publication. You can send an e-mail to thelawyers@employeerescue.co.uk for such specialist advice if required.

 

 

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