Why choose this course?
Many managers are thrust into the disciplinary process when they are selected to chair
a disciplinary hearing.
Sometimes unbeknownst to them, on taking on this role they are also assuming the primary responsibility for giving evidence to a Tribunal on behalf of the organisation, if an employee aggrieved at their decision decides to assert their right to bring a claim at the Tribunal. This course seeks to give managers the knowledge and tools they need to take tough decisions in a reasoned and reasonable manner to reduce legal risk. We often run this course alongside our Managing Investigations course as a 1.5 day combined course package.
- Understanding the law in respect of conduct based dismissals
- Understanding the concept of reasonableness and its importance
- What is the disciplinary manager’s role
- What should a good disciplinary process look like
- What to consider when determining the sanction to apply
- What to include in your disciplinary outcome letter
- What the law says about tricky issues: social media use, criminal conduct etc.
A brilliant session on investigation
training from Sam Greenhalgh of
Birketts LLP today for the East Anglian
Air Ambulance. There was case law,
legal advice and an excellent mock
investigation to get everyone thinking
Sarah Atkins, Director of People and Culture, East Anglian Air Ambulance