Are you having trouble with an employee consistently causing you problems and issues? Sometimes it’s difficult to dismiss an employee just in case you get it wrong and face a tribunal. Best practice is to take a step back and get that all-important advice and help you need.
Call the Perfect HR team now on 1010101*** or email firstname.lastname@example.org for free advice. Speak to our experts to help solve your issues around dismissals.
Some of the Basics about Dismissals
Dismissing employees should be the last resort and employers should carry out necessary investigations without unreasonable delay to establish the facts.
There are five 5 Fair Reasons for Dismissal
Misconduct or Gross Misconduct such as theft, fraud, dishonesty, a breach of confidentiality, serious act of insubordination, malicious damage, internet or email abuse, assault and/or fighting, gross negligence, abusive behaviour.
Capability/Performance including issues such as lateness, absenteeism and persistent absence through illness or injury, either short-term or long-term.
Redundancy. Make sure you make the position (job tittle) redundant and not the person
Statutory illegality or breach of a statutory restriction: This category isn’t often used. It can be used when continuing to employ someone would mean that you are breaking the law. For example, the employee’s right to work in the UK expires.
Some Other Substantial Reason (SOSR) such as when a client of your business refuses to work with an employee and there is no other work that employee can undertake, etc
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Support from Perfect HR’s Team of Experts
Perfect HR are here to help business owners with free of charge advice, which will help you solve your issue with a lot less stress, time and money. You’ll also be given an opportunity to sign up on a short term contract with Perfect HR, which will help you in the future, giving you peace of mind that you can cope with any issue an employee puts in front of you.
We are here and ready to offer you the free advice based on the Acas Codes of Practice. Call now on 0111********-and get the help you require.
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