Article added on Thursday, 18 October 2007
Please note that the advice in this article is now obsolete and should not be relied on.
It should be considered in a historical context only.

DISMISSAL

Refusing to hear an appeal

The statutory dismissal process requires an employee to notify you if they wish to appeal against any decision made. But what happens if an employee doesn’t set out the grounds in writing? Can you refuse to hear it?

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