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Disciplinary procedure definition

What does Disciplinary procedure mean?

The procedure by which an employer sets out the process for managing a disciplinary offence.

The ACAS code of practice sets out the guidelines for a fair disciplinary procedure. Disciplinary procedures vary widely according to the type of industry and organisation. They are normally set out in a Company Handbook.


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Disciplinary procedure is referenced 1 in UK Parliament Acts

Disciplinary procedure is referenced 4 in Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents

Disciplinary procedure is referenced 5 in Halsbury's Laws of England

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