Increasingly employees are being discriminated against due to their hidden disabilities being unable to wear masks, refusal of tests and/or vaccinations. If you wish to appeal a Disciplinary or Grievance outcome .... please visit https://www.acas.org.uk/appealing-a-disciplinary-or-grievance-outcome
How to appealYour workplace discipline and grievance policy should tell you how to appeal. If not, you should raise your appeal in writing to your employer.
Write in a letter or email:
- why you think your outcome was wrong or unfair (for example, if you felt the person investigating your case did not get enough evidence)
- what you would like to happen next (for example, you could ask if your employer can carry out another investigation or look at the new evidence you have found)
**Remember to include your details in the relevant (Bracket) areas to personalise it** *Please note this letter is available in a choice of downloadable formats to include Microsoft Doc, ODT or PDF below the letter.
Start to Copy & Paste letter here:
Tel: [ ]
Email: [ ]
Dated: (Insert Date)
For the attention of (Head/CEO)
(Address of CEO/Head office)
Dear ......[your employer/manager/HR manager name],
I am writing to formally appeal against the disciplinary penalty you imposed on me on me on ......[date]. My reasons for appeal are as follows: [set out basis for your appeal. For example, you disagree with the way disciplinary action was taken, you feel the outcome was too harsh, or you have new evidence that you feel should be considered]. I would be grateful if you would let me know when and where we can meet to discuss my appeal. I would like to be accompanied at the meeting by ......[name].
Downloadable Microsoft Doc, PDF or ODT formats available here: