Effective management of disciplinary and grievance issues is a key element of managing your workforce well.
Ensuring the process is legally compliant and that managers follow the correct process and take account of the key issues will minimise risk to your organisation
This session will guide delegates through these particular workforce-related issues and equip them with practical skills to deal with them effectively.
Who should attend?
Sessions can be tailored for managers or business owners or HR professionals looking for guidance on more complex areas.
- Carrying out good investigations
- Drafting investigation reports
- Handling disciplinary / grievance hearings
- Dealing with difficult individuals
- Drafting great outcome letters
- Other tricky issues and avoiding Tribunal claims
The Legal 500 2021: EmploymentActons advise on a wide range of employment and HR issues for owner-managed businesses and SMEs, as well as household name clients such as Iceland Foods and Bistrot Pierre. The team's key strengths include advising on Employment Tribunals, absence management and providing training. James Symons, who was promoted to director, is 'friendly, calm and incredibly knowledgeable'. Practice head Nic Elliott is an 'engaging partner' and maintains a strong 'rapport' with his clients.
The Legal 500 2023: Employment"Actons is a growing employment law team focused on advising employers on employment tribunals, absence management and TUPE. The practice is also a founding member of the East Midlands HR Network, a not-for-profit organisation which runs HR events for professionals in the region. Nic Elliott heads the wider employment and dispute resolution practice, where he advises on the exit of senior employees and day to day employee relations. He also runs employee-related investigations, including fraud, discrimination, whistleblowing and grievances. James Symons is highlighted for tribunal work."