Am staff allowed someone else present a this meeting?

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HamandCheeseSandwich Wed 15-Jul-15 16:47:55

Staff are being called individually into a very senior boss' office, and being asked about their current job (duties, hours of work etc) this will all be written down and is part of a possible redundancy process.

Are they entitled to have someone there as 'witness'?

stevemLS1 Wed 15-Jul-15 18:52:03

In short, no, IMO.

There are few occasions when you have the right to be accompanied, disciplinary and capability investigations/hearings being the main ones.

If redundancies do arise and they hold formal "consultation" meetings, you have the right to be accompanied.

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