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Hi, thank you for your message. Your workplace should have a disciplinary procedure handbook setting out the procedures they need to take in dealing with your matter. If they have not followed the procedures you need to point this out to them. I would advise that you contact your union and ask if they can represent you in this matter. If you are not a union member ask for their guidance. You should also contact ACAS. The ACAS Helpline can give advice on internal processes and policies to help you through this (0300 123 1100). Before calling ACAS gather all the evidence relevant to your. They should be able to liaise with your employer on your behalf and resolve the matter. You should ask ACAS to help you with your appeal. The disciplinary procedures handbook will lay out how decisions are made and who should make the decisions. They should give you answer the points you have raised and give you all the evidence against you,
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