Employee Appeals

Expert Assistance Through the Employee Appeal Process

Graphite HRM provides expert HR help through the employee appeal process, saving business owners and employers time and stress.

Our HR consultants will study the case to date, evaluate the evidence, and either work with you or represent you during the appeal. With over 20 years’ experience helping businesses with employee investigations, hearings, and appeals, we’ve seen all kinds of situations.

Graphite HRM provides expert HR help through the employee appeal process, saving business owners and employers time and stress.

Our HR consultants will study the case to date, evaluate the evidence, and either work with you or represent you during the appeal. With over 20 years’ experience helping businesses with employee investigations, hearings, and appeals, we’ve seen all kinds of situations.

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How Graphite HRM can help

Following internal formal processes, employees will have the right to appeal a sanction, findings, or process undertaken at either the investigation or hearing stage. 

In many cases, businesses will have had internal managers or directors conduct the first stages in the process but don’t have the right person to conduct the final stage ― the all-important employee appeal process…

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