Online CPD module l Booklet l PowerPoint Presentation
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Online CPD module
Presentation time: 60 minutes
It can be a daunting process for an employer to decide to embark on a disciplinary journey. When advising, you want to be sure that you are giving your client the best guidance.
There are many hurdles to face and surmount from deciding how to go about the investigation process, to obtaining all relevant facts and commencing the disciplinary process itself. In addition, there is how to comply with the statutory requirements in respect of communications, and participation and responsiveness during this time. Based on the successful presentation at the 2012 Employment Law Conference, this course will discuss some of the more complex issues with the disciplinary processes and the strategies employed to deal with them.
Authors: Geoff Davenport, Shan Wilson
Published: 28 February, 2013
It can be a daunting process for an employer to decide to embark on a disciplinary journey. There are many hurdles to successfully face and surmount from deciding how to go about the investigation process, obtaining all relevant facts, commencing the disciplinary process itself and how to comply with the statutory requirements in respect of communications, participation and responsiveness during this time. Can evidence from secret witnesses be factored into the decision-making process? Is it possible for the employer, or the employee, to record a disciplinary meeting? What if this is done without the knowledge of the other party? Should the employer report the employee to the police or to a relevant registration body?
No wonder this session is subtitled, “The Thorny Issues”. Hopefully we will help you navigate through the thorns and add clarity and a much less painful road to follow when conducting disciplinary processes.
These are the slides included in the presentation.
Number of Slides: 20