A disciplinary procedure is used by an employer to address an employee's conduct or performance. A grievance procedure is used to deal with a problem or complaint that an employee raises.
How to raise a problem at work
What to do if you've had a problem at work and want to raise it with someone.
Dealing with a problem raised by an employee
How an employer should handle a workplace problem that an employee raises before it goes to a formal grievance procedure.
Formal grievance procedure: step by step
What should happen when an employee raises a formal workplace grievance.
Disciplinary procedure: step by step
The steps an employer must take when dealing with a disciplinary issue.
Investigations for discipline and grievance: step by step
The steps an employer should take to investigate a disciplinary or grievance issue.
Appealing a disciplinary or grievance outcome
Employees should always have the right to appeal a disciplinary or grievance outcome if they feel it's unfair.