dismissal and disciplinary procedures

dismissal and disciplinary procedures

statutory provisions for certain workplace problems. See UNFAIR DISMISSAL
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EMPLOYERS will breathe a sigh of relief on April 6 when the Statutory Dismissal and Disciplinary Procedures (SDDP) and the Statutory Grievance Procedures are abolished and replaced with an ACAS Code of Practice (the code).
Should a dismissal be found to be automatically unfair because the employer has not followed the relevant statutory dismissal and disciplinary procedures, the employee will normally receive a minimum of four weeks' pay as compensation.
The new law on Dismissal and Disciplinary procedures (DDP) sets out a minimum procedure that an employer must follow.
Table 1 is intended to provide guidance in establishing whether a school's academic dismissal and disciplinary procedures comply with minimum standards of due process.
The Statutory Dismissal and Disciplinary Procedures (DDP) to be used from October will be as follows: p The employer must set down in writing the grounds for dismissal and whether they believe action will be necessary.