Managing Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures Training

Managing Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures Training

Managing Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures Training

AIM

Learn how to handle grievance and disciplinary issues professionally and within the law so that your business can avoid unnecessary litigation, costs and fines.

COURSE CONTENT

There has been an inordinate rise in cases being brought against employers who have failed to carry out proper procedures around both discipline and grievance.

This course covers all aspects of workplace grievance and disciplinary processes and principles of natural justice including:

  • the right to a fair hearing.
  • the right to respond.
  • the right to be accompanied.
  • the right of an independent appeal.

Provision is made for compensation of up to two year’s salary to be made to employees who are not dismissed fairly.

We outline the specific situations where dismissals will be deemed to constitute a fair dismissal provided due process and procedures have been followed as well as avoiding what may be automatically deemed unfair.

Areas covered:

  • Installing the policies.
  • Following procedures.
  • Holding an investigation.
  • Appeals procedures.
  • Record keeping.

METHODOLOGY

There will be formal inputs on legal requirements and how these can be met by participants or members of their staff. This will be a highly interactive course with plenty of case examples and time for specific questions and answers.

TARGET AUDIENCE

For owners, managers and others responsible for HR management.

DATES and VENUES

23rd February 2016. Cork. 9.30am - 5.30pm

2nd March 2016. Dublin.9.30am - 5.30pm

FEE:

1 day course - €230 ISME Skillnet Members, €315 Non Members

Booking Essential

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR TO BOOK CONTACT:

Liz Carroll, Training and Development Manager, 01 6622755, liz@isme.ie

The ISME Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets Ltd. funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.