Disciplinary Issues and Grievances

Having policies and procedures in place and following their terms can reduce the risk of a successful employment tribunal claim being brought against an employer.

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Disciplinary Issues and Grievances

Having policies and procedures in place and following their terms can reduce the risk of a successful employment tribunal claim being brought against an employer.

Very often, following procedures can resolve the issue and a healthy relationship between employee and employer can continue. If the situation cannot be resolved amicably and the matter goes to tribunal, the employment tribunal will be concerned over whether the situation was dealt with fairly and whether the procedures in place were followed.

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    Andrew Stockton - Head of department

    After graduating from Leeds University, Andrew trained with the firm and qualified as a solicitor in 1984. He has specialised in commercial work since 1989 building a solid reputation for advising a wide variety of clients – from small start up ventures to national organisations.

    Paul Hatton

    Paul takes pride in being a “problem solver” for his clients. In commercial litigation and employment matters he advises clients on a broad range of disputes and problems in the civil courts, striving to nip problems in the bud and minimise the impact on you or your business. Paul studied law at the University of Liverpool and qualified in 2005. He joined Dootsons in 2013, after working for law firms in Bolton and Altrincham, and became a Partner at Dootsons in May 2016. Paul is also an LSM accredited mediator.