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It is my daughter who works there, she has been there for 2 years
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The right to bring in someone to a disciplinary meeting only applies to workers and employees and the self employed are not included in that definition. They are their own entity when it comes to employment status so there is unfortunately no legal right for self employed workers to be accompanied at disciplinary meetings. If she has a contract which gives her such a right then she can rely on that but in the absence of anything to allow her to be accompanied, this will only happen with the employer’s consent.
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