Ask a Law Question, Get an Answer ASAP!
It hasn't really been made clear to him, which is one of the things I'm unhappy about.
My understanding is that the detail of the accusations will be presented to both him and his wife at the meeting and they will have an opportunity to respond.
Beyond that the next steps in the process haven't been explained to them. I've suggested that they need to read their employees handbook prior to the meeting to be aware of the process as they have not been advised of this explicitly.
I'm also not sure given the circumstances that they should be seen together?
They are both employees.
He has worked for the organisation for about 10-12 years, and was a member of the church all his life prior to that.
I forgot to mention before which might be useful that they have been advised that a personnel representative will be in attendance at the meeting/hearing but they haven't been invited to bring an advocate of their own choosing.