Dismissals - Management and How to Minimise Risk for the BusinessPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 28 June 2018 Issues covered:
In this webinar recording, Caroline McEnery discusses the practicalities of handling dismissals in the workplace and provides some takeaway tips and advice on how to minimise the risk for the business during this process.
Topics covered include:
- The Policy
- Rules of Natural Justice
- Ensuring Fairness
- Acting in a Timely Manner
- What about having policies on internal intranet rather than issuing a paper handbook. Is this acceptable?
- So if an employee admits to misconduct, do we need to move to a full investigation or can we go move into disciplinary hearing?
- We have an employee who is on a final written warning for absence. He is now being investigated for
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This article is correct at 28/06/2018
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