Disciplinary and Grievance
This 1 day course will help managers understand the importance of conducting difficult interviews working within their own company policies and procedures and ensuring they are in line with ACAS guidelines (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Services) which offer advice and guidance on all aspect of work relations and employment law.
This course will help Managers understand the importance of conducting difficult interviews working within their own company policies and procedures, ensuring they are in line with ACAS guidelines (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Services) ACAS offers advice and guidance on all aspect of work relations and employment law.
Course duration is 1 day
Who should attend?
Managers and Supervisors who are responsible for undertaking disciplinary and grievance meetings in the workplace.
The course will be in two parts. The morning session will focus on disciplinary and grievance working with the ACAS guidelines. Delegates will look at practical solutions in order to prevent conflict before it happens.
The afternoon session will concentrate on putting into practice the skills acquired through use of case studies, role play and constructive feedback.
On completion of the course, delegates should feel more confident to carry out disciplinary and grievance interviews effectively and have a good understanding of the guiding principles set out by ACAS.
Delegates are invited to bring along a copy of their own company policies regarding discipline and grievance.
A buffet style lunch and refreshments will be provided when delivered at a Sanctus Training venue.