Invite an employee suspected of misconduct to an investigatory meeting

Key points

  • If an employee is suspected of misconduct, the employer must carry out a fair investigation into the allegations and gather evidence to establish the facts of the case.
  • Depending on the circumstances, it may be necessary for the employer to hold an investigatory meeting with the employee concerned.
  • Where an investigatory meeting is necessary, the employer should give the employee advance warning and time to prepare for it.

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