Workshops

22nd January 2019 – Building Confidence & Competence to manage a Disciplinary or Grievance.

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9am – 3pm

This course is designed for Business Owners, Managers, Supervisors or Team Leaders who manage a team and wish to gain an understanding of how to manage correctly whilst getting the best discipline within the team.

Course Aims:

Our  Manage Disciplinary & Grievance Situations Workshop course is designed for Business Owners & members of the management team and will go through all areas of managing a Disciplinary or grievance in the workplace correctly and to the law & ACAS Code of Practice Standards.

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Disciplinary & Grievance Workshop:

  • Knowing how to apply the law effectively to grievance, discipline or dismissal situations is essential for Business Owners & members of the management team . The Building Confidence & Competence course provides a thorough review of the legal issues to be aware of when resolving disputes in the workplace and will help you manage problem situations effectively and according to best practice.

Acas Code of Practice: Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures

  • The procedure
  • Guidance notes

Grievance procedures

  • What the law requires
  • Grievance or grumble?
  • Understanding and applying your organisation’s procedures
  • Conducting investigations

Disciplinary procedures

  • Legal requirements
  • Understanding and applying your organisation’s procedures
  • Conducting investigations/witness statements/anonymity
  • The disciplinary hearing
  • Acting ‘fairly’ and ‘reasonably’, natural justice
  • The right to be accompanied, and by whom
  • The appeals procedure and its importance

A practical approach to common issues

  • Handling poor performers
  • Managing absence; short and long-term
  • Dealing with misconduct, in and out of work
  • Dealing with bullying and harassment issues
  • Dealing with social media abuse

Dismissal

  • Potentially fair reasons for dismissal
  • Dismissal procedures, including right of appeal
  • Termination payments
  • Settlement agreements

Redundancy

  • Definition
  • Collective and individual consultation
  • Selection
  • Suitable alternative employment

Employment Tribunal Claims

  • What are they, and who can claim?

BY THE END OF THE COURSE, YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:

  • understand and advise on the legal issues involved in the grievance, discipline and dismissal process
  • advise on and apply your organisation’s grievance and disciplinary procedures
  • deal with problem situations in a timely and effective manner
  • follow all aspects of best practice.

All delegates will be given:

  • Four hour fully interactive workshop with implementable action plans
  • Comprehensive development workbook
  • Copy of detailed topic information for use within their business.

 

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