Handling discipline and grievance issues can be costly and time consuming. With consequences both financially and in terms of your reputation, it is imperative that you follow a timely, fair and legal process. Knowing the steps to achieve this is key to minimising risk.
In this informative and interactive workshop, we will go through real live scenarios with group exercises discussing the disciplinary & grievance procedure. Throughout, we’ll be observing the ACAS Code of Practice, covering suspension, investigation, disciplinary hearings and decisions, appeals and the keeping of appropriate records. You will leave feeling confident & competent to manage disciplinary & grievance within your workplace.
Who should attend? Management Development for business owners or members of the team who are in a management position and need development in the skills needed to successfully & competently manage the Discipline & Grievance process within their team / business.
What is covered? Current Employment Law and the Acas Code of Practice and procedures that must be followed to ensure success.
We will ensure that in a friendly environment we will look at the law and the process / documentation that must be completed from the initial issue to completion whilst looking at the five legal fair reasons for carrying out a disciplinary.
A selection of some of the most recent Employment Tribunal cases will be discussed and their outcomes and attendees will be asked to perform a mock disciplinary / grievance based on a real case scenario.
What will I gain? Knowledge of best practice & the law in conducting Disciplinaries & Grievances whilst gaining the competence to take back to your work place and use successfully / competently if necessary and avoid an Employment Tribunal.
To take away: – All candidates will be given a copy of a Statutory Disciplinary & Grievance Policy for use within their organisation and draft legal letters for each step of the process whilst being told of the pitfalls that can occur.
When: Wednesday 29th November 2017
Where: BTC Bessemer Dr, Stevenage SG1 2DX
Time: 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
Price: £199.00 per delegate
Who will be running the course: The course will be run by Matthew Pinto-Chilcott who is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (MCIPD) with an advanced qualification in Employment Law (ACEL) accredited by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board. Matthew started work in the operational side of the hospitality industry, successfully running five bars at Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and then as Operations Manager at Fleet M3 Welcome Break and South Mimms Welcome Break on the M25.
Due to his success within operations and high footfall/high turnover businesses he was asked to go into Human Resources. During this time held a number of Head Office UK wide HR roles with his most recent being within Veolia Water as Head of HR & Talent prior to going self-employed in 2009.
PLEASE NOTE: Places are kept to a maximum of 10 attendees per development workshop so as to ensure maximum experience, knowledge & productivity is achieved on the day.
FURTHER QUESTIONS: Is you wish to know more or have any questions please either call 01462 621243 or email: email@example.com
“Effective leadership is putting first things first. Effective management is discipline, carrying it out.” Stephen Covey