This full-day event provides you with the skills, knowledge and techniques for managing or conducting employee discipline and grievance procedures.
This practical event will include case studies, exercises and an opportunity for discussion to maximise outputs from the day.
The law requires employers to act reasonably in their discipline of employees and in dealing with grievances. Poorly handled processes can lead to unnecessary and costly Employment Tribunals.
Having effective and compliant procedures in place can encourage people to observe the rules and maintain workplace standards. If staff problems are settled early they become less time-consuming, are less likely to damage working relationships, therefore improving staff motivation and productivity.
With case studies and practical exercises, this event will provide delegates with techniques in the handling of disciplinary and grievance meetings, and an in-depth understanding of the legal background which underpins the tribunal process, including the industry recognised Acas Code of Practice on Discipline and Grievance.
Delegates will have the opportunity throughout the day to learn through discussion of experiences to add a real life context to the discipline and grievance principles.
All delegates will receive an electronic certificate of attendance for their participation in the training.
Delegates from all sectors of industry including: managers, supervisors, team leaders, HR professionals, business owners, Trade Union representatives, employee representatives and individuals who wish enhance their CPD.
This full-day event will cover in detail:
•The Acas Code on disciplinary and grievance procedures; how to use it
•Resolving issues informally and when formal action is necessary
•Setting of clear rules and how to communicate them
•The importance of record keeping
•Holding a disciplinary or grievance meeting – and how to conduct it
•Deciding when an internal investigation is necessary and what it should consist of
•Taking appropriate action and the proper use of penalties and sanctions
•Dealing with appeals