Hi, some time ago during a disciplinary enquiry, I was representing (Complainant) the company. When the chairperson had completed the investigation and before this person gave a decision, I was asked if I want to have the accused dismissed. Is this common practice for "independant chairpersons" or are they concerned that they will not get any further business from companies that use there services?
What is the procedure when a senior staff member fabricates a case against an employee to dismiss that employee? While another employee is found to have made a grave mistake but it was ignored and no action was taken. The scary side of it is, I have proof of this person's misconduct.