Article added on Friday, 13 January 2017

DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS

Disciplinary sanctions: must you prove guilt?

An employee has decided to appeal against a disciplinary sanction that you recently imposed on them because you didn’t “prove the misconduct beyond all reasonable doubt”. Are you actually required to prove guilt?

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