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Q. If the employee disputes information in outcome letter can the original manager be called to the hearing to allow chair to clarify?

A. One purpose of sending the employee a copy of the meeting outcome letter to agree that the contents are accurate or to highlight amendments is to reduce any potential for future dispute, including at the disciplinary hearing. Therefore, any disputes regarding the information in the meeting outcome letter should be resolved prior to a disciplinary hearing. The manager who oversaw the attendance process is required to be present at the disciplinary hearing to discuss any inconsistencies and to answer any questions as per the Board’s Disciplinary Policy & Procedure.