Discipline and Grievances at Work

Managers - Do you know how to handle a disciplinary procedure? Are you aware of the pitfalls?  Can you deal effectively with a grievance?

Even in a well-run business, it may sometimes be necessary to take disciplinary action against employees or deal with grievances raised by employees

Therefore it's crucial that you have written disciplinary rules and procedures and that managers are trained to deal effectively with dispute resolution.

  • Learn the key requirements of handling disciplinary and grievance procedures
  • Understand the procedure and learn how to avoid pitfalls
  • Discuss practical case studies relating to discipline and grievance
  • Walk through the process from beginning to end
  • Learn how to avoid costly mistakes and reduce claims against your business
  • Learn how to use informal methods, stating standards, counselling, coaching etc to resolve issues
  • How to conduct an investigation
  • How to conduct a disciplinary hearing
  • How to conduct a grievance meeting

The benefits of attending:

  • You will have the confidence you need to be effective when conducting disciplinary and grievance hearings
  • Your company will benefit as managers operate within the law
  • By applying the skills and knowledge that you learn you become a more effective manager

Who should attend?

Line managers, supervisors, team leaders, Human Resources practitioners and administrators,  and Directors of small companies.

Click here to request further information on this course

For more information or to book a place, please contact Christina Tomlinson, Business Development Administrator:

Email: info@sydstrike.co.uk
Tel: 01642 767913
Fax: 01642 764878

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