Good procedures enable you to deal with disciplinary and grievance issues consistently and fairly, with a view to sorting them out before they become serious. Fair and transparent procedures are also vital to help you avoid potential accusations of unfair dismissal.
It makes sense to have procedures that follow the Acas Code of Practice, and to make sure that procedures are properly followed when problems arise.
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