Hi, thank you for your message. I am sorry to hear about your situaton.
1) you will need find out if your employer has a disciplinary procedure, check that they are following it. If they do not, check that they are following the Acas Code of Practice.Make sure the procedure is being followed. If it isn't, you should point this out to your employer. It could mean that any decision they make is unfair
2) Check that your employer are following the ACAS Code of Practice (http://www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=2174). The ACAS Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures gives practical guidance for handling these issues in the workplace. Make sure the procedure is being followed. If it isn't, you should point this out to your employer. It could mean that any decision they make is unfair. ACAS' advice is that it is always best to resolve workplace disputes as early as possible.
3) Contact ACAS. The ACAS Helpline can give advice on internal processes and policies to help you through this (0300 123 1100).
4) If you’re in a trade union, they might be able to negotiate with your employer for you. If you’re not in a union, find out if there’s one at your workplace that you can join. You might find details in your staff handbook, intranet or on notice boards at work.
5) I would strongly recommend that you bring someone to the meeting such as a union member to ensure that all matters discussed in the meeting are properly documented. Moreover, the letter asking you to go to the meeting should give you enough information to know why the employer has invited you to the meeting. They should also give you enough time to consider the allegations in the letter and to find evidence in support of your case.
6) If you are not a union member, find a companion to take to the meeting- make sure to tell your employer you want someone to come with you. Although they should have given you this option in their letter. You should bring a colleague you trust or a trade union representative. For more information on who you can bring to the hearing please visit: https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/work/problems-at-work/disciplinary-meetings/who-can-accompany-you-to-a-disciplinary-meeting/
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