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Witness Statements

Witness statements are often used during disciplinary/grievance investigations to capture information given by an individual that may be relevant to the investigation and may be used to enable decision making.  Often employees giving witness statements wish to remain anonymous, although it is important to remember that such statements may be disclosed as part of an Industrial Tribunal procedure.

See:
  • Advice on Handling Discipline and Grievances at Work
  • Telephone Enquiry Point

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