All Acas events on Discipline and grievance

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30 July 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Nearly Full
Managing discipline and grievance (face-to-face)

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.
This event is nearly full

Cardiff
31 July 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Mock mediation



This interactive and informative digital event will give you the opportunity, within a safe environment, to experience how mediation works and the positive outcomes an effective mediation process can achieve.  



Digital via Zoom
1 August 2024
09:30 - 12:30
How to conduct a fair hearing

Preparing and conducting a fair hearing in line with legislation and the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance procedures

A formal procedure will involve a hearing where an investigation has shown that the employee has a case to answer.

All workplace hearings must be conducted fairly in accordance with employment legislation and best practice. Failure to do so may result in a breakdown in workplace relationships and potentially employment tribunal claims.

This event covers legal and Acas best practice principles that apply to all types of hearings and explores the key differences in preparation and decision making for hearings relating to conduct, performance, or absence.

You will gain valuable understanding of the Acas Code of Practice, how to prepare for and run an effective hearing, how to deal with problems that might arise, dealing with appeals, and an understanding of legal requirements for notice.

We will explain the employees right to be accompanied and will also explore additional considerations when running hearings remotely.



Digital via Zoom
1 August 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Managing discipline and grievance (face-to-face)

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.


Gatwick
5 August 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Full
Managing discipline and grievance

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.

This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Digital via Zoom
8 August 2024
09:30 - 12:30 Nearly Full
Handling an employee grievance

Learn how to deal with employee grievances in accordance with the Acas Code of Practice

It is important that all employee grievances are handled correctly. Failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

If an employer does not  comply with the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures, it could lead to an uplift of 25% in an employment tribunal award.

A well handled grievance can provide valuable insight, alerting employers to problems in the workplace and giving them the opportunity to resolve issues without further conflict escalating. 

As well as demonstrating the correct process to follow, this event will focus on emotional intelligence, relationship building, treating people fairly and establishing trust. 

The event will work through a fictional grievance, based on a real life scenario, it will show delegates how to:

  • Distinguish the facts from emotion when receiving a grievance 
  • Deal with issues with empathy, whilst staying on track to work towards resolution
  • Follow the correct steps and procedures
  • Work towards a better outcome
  • Consider the wellbeing of the employee
This event is nearly full

Digital via Zoom
13 August 2024
09:30 - 12:30 Nearly Full
Managing a disciplinary procedure

A guide to process and the Acas Code of Practice for disciplinary procedures

The law requires employers to act reasonably in their discipline of employees. Incorrectly handled processes can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation, with employment tribunals able to adjust awards by up to 25% for failure to comply with the provisions of the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance.

This event will provide an overview of the Code, with a focus on discipline and the minimum requirements when handling disciplinary procedures. 

We will explain the formal processes as well as  outline options for handling issues informally. We will also explore fairness, decision making and the benefits of clear policies and good communication.

This training will provide anyone involved in people management with the skills and knowledge needed to more effectively manage discipline in the workplace.
This event is nearly full

Digital via Zoom
15 August 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Managing a disciplinary procedure

A guide to process and the Acas Code of Practice for disciplinary procedures

The law requires employers to act reasonably in their discipline of employees. Incorrectly handled processes can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation, with employment tribunals able to adjust awards by up to 25% for failure to comply with the provisions of the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance.

This event will provide an overview of the Code, with a focus on discipline and the minimum requirements when handling disciplinary procedures. 

We will explain the formal processes as well as  outline options for handling issues informally. We will also explore fairness, decision making and the benefits of clear policies and good communication.

This training will provide anyone involved in people management with the skills and knowledge needed to more effectively manage discipline in the workplace.


Digital via Zoom
16 August 2024
09:30 - 12:30 Full
How to conduct a fair hearing

Preparing and conducting a fair hearing in line with legislation, the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance procedures and good practice

A formal procedure will involve a hearing where an investigation has shown that the employee has a case to answer.

All workplace hearings must be conducted fairly in accordance with employment legislation and best practice. Failure to do so may result in a breakdown in workplace relationships and potentially employment tribunal claims.

This event covers legal and Acas best practice principles that apply to all types of hearings and explores the key differences in preparation and decision making for hearings relating to conduct, performance, or absence.

You will gain valuable understanding of the Acas Code of Practice, how to prepare for and run an effective hearing, how to deal with problems that might arise, dealing with appeals, and an understanding of legal requirements for notice.

We will explain the employees right to be accompanied and will also explore additional considerations when running hearings remotely.

This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Digital via Zoom
22 August 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Handling an employee grievance

Learn how to deal with employee grievances in accordance with the Acas Code of Practice

It is important that all employee grievances are handled correctly. Failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

If an employer does not  comply with the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures, it could lead to an uplift of 25% in an employment tribunal award.

A well handled grievance can provide valuable insight, alerting employers to problems in the workplace and giving them the opportunity to resolve issues without further conflict escalating. 

As well as demonstrating the correct process to follow, this event will focus on emotional intelligence, relationship building, treating people fairly and establishing trust. 

The event will work through a fictional grievance, based on a real life scenario, it will show delegates how to:

  • Distinguish the facts from emotion when receiving a grievance 
  • Deal with issues with empathy, whilst staying on track to work towards resolution
  • Follow the correct steps and procedures
  • Work towards a better outcome
  • Consider the wellbeing of the employee


Digital via Zoom
22 August 2024
09:30 - 12:30 Nearly Full
Managing discipline and grievance - two 3hr sessions over two consecutive days

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.

This event is nearly full

Digital via Zoom
23 August 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Managing a disciplinary procedure

A guide to process and the Acas Code of Practice for disciplinary procedures

The law requires employers to act reasonably in their discipline of employees. Incorrectly handled processes can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation, with employment tribunals able to adjust awards by up to 25% for failure to comply with the provisions of the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance.

This event will provide an overview of the Code, with a focus on discipline and the minimum requirements when handling disciplinary procedures. 

We will explain the formal processes as well as  outline options for handling issues informally. We will also explore fairness, decision making and the benefits of clear policies and good communication.

This training will provide anyone involved in people management with the skills and knowledge needed to more effectively manage discipline in the workplace.


Digital via Zoom
2 September 2024
13:30 - 16:30
How to conduct a fair hearing

Preparing and conducting a fair hearing in line with legislation and the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance procedures

A formal procedure will involve a hearing where an investigation has shown that the employee has a case to answer.

All workplace hearings must be conducted fairly in accordance with employment legislation and best practice. Failure to do so may result in a breakdown in workplace relationships and potentially employment tribunal claims.

This event covers legal and Acas best practice principles that apply to all types of hearings and explores the key differences in preparation and decision making for hearings relating to conduct, performance, or absence.

You will gain valuable understanding of the Acas Code of Practice, how to prepare for and run an effective hearing, how to deal with problems that might arise, dealing with appeals, and an understanding of legal requirements for notice.

We will explain the employees right to be accompanied and will also explore additional considerations when running hearings remotely.



Digital via Zoom
10 September 2024
13:30 - 16:30
Managing discipline and grievance - two 3hr sessions over two consecutive days

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.



Digital via Zoom
10 September 2024
13:30 - 16:30
Mock disciplinary hearing

An opportunity to experience an example disciplinary hearing and learn about common pitfalls

Conducting a disciplinary hearing can be a daunting prospect.
The Acas Code of Practice sets out principles for handling disciplinary and grievance situations in the workplace. Employment tribunals are legally required to take the Acas Code of Practice into account when considering relevant cases. So understanding the principles of a discipline hearing is key.

Join us at this interactive event, where you will observe an example disciplinary hearing. You will have the opportunity to share your views on the hearing’s progress and help decide the outcome. We will also help you understand the common mistakes to avoid when conducting a hearing, as well as sharing Acas good practice.


Digital via Zoom
16 September 2024
13:30 - 16:30
Managing a disciplinary procedure

A guide to process and the Acas Code of Practice for disciplinary procedures

The law requires employers to act reasonably in their discipline of employees. Incorrectly handled processes can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation, with employment tribunals able to adjust awards by up to 25% for failure to comply with the provisions of the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance.

This event will provide an overview of the Code, with a focus on discipline and the minimum requirements when handling disciplinary procedures. 

We will explain the formal processes as well as  outline options for handling issues informally. We will also explore fairness, decision making and the benefits of clear policies and good communication.

This training will provide anyone involved in people management with the skills and knowledge needed to more effectively manage discipline in the workplace.


Digital via Zoom
18 September 2024
09:30 - 12:30
How to conduct a fair hearing

Preparing and conducting a fair hearing in line with legislation and the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance procedures

A formal procedure will involve a hearing where an investigation has shown that the employee has a case to answer.

All workplace hearings must be conducted fairly in accordance with employment legislation and best practice. Failure to do so may result in a breakdown in workplace relationships and potentially employment tribunal claims.

This event covers legal and Acas best practice principles that apply to all types of hearings and explores the key differences in preparation and decision making for hearings relating to conduct, performance, or absence.

You will gain valuable understanding of the Acas Code of Practice, how to prepare for and run an effective hearing, how to deal with problems that might arise, dealing with appeals, and an understanding of legal requirements for notice.

We will explain the employees right to be accompanied and will also explore additional considerations when running hearings remotely.



Digital via Zoom
20 September 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Managing a disciplinary procedure

A guide to process and the Acas Code of Practice for disciplinary procedures

The law requires employers to act reasonably in their discipline of employees. Incorrectly handled processes can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation, with employment tribunals able to adjust awards by up to 25% for failure to comply with the provisions of the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance.

This event will provide an overview of the Code, with a focus on discipline and the minimum requirements when handling disciplinary procedures. 

We will explain the formal processes as well as  outline options for handling issues informally. We will also explore fairness, decision making and the benefits of clear policies and good communication.

This training will provide anyone involved in people management with the skills and knowledge needed to more effectively manage discipline in the workplace.


Digital via Zoom
26 September 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Nearly Full
Managing discipline and grievance

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.

This event is nearly full

Digital via Zoom
26 September 2024
09:30 - 16:00 Full
Managing discipline and grievance (face-to-face)

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

London
30 September 2024
13:30 - 16:30
Handling an employee grievance

Learn how to deal with employee grievances in accordance with the Acas Code of Practice

It is important that all employee grievances are handled correctly. Failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

If an employer does not  comply with the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures, it could lead to an uplift of 25% in an employment tribunal award.

A well handled grievance can provide valuable insight, alerting employers to problems in the workplace and giving them the opportunity to resolve issues without further conflict escalating. 

As well as demonstrating the correct process to follow, this event will focus on emotional intelligence, relationship building, treating people fairly and establishing trust. 

The event will work through a fictional grievance, based on a real life scenario, it will show delegates how to:

  • Distinguish the facts from emotion when receiving a grievance 
  • Deal with issues with empathy, whilst staying on track to work towards resolution
  • Follow the correct steps and procedures
  • Work towards a better outcome
  • Consider the wellbeing of the employee


Digital via Zoom
2 October 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Managing a disciplinary procedure

A guide to process and the Acas Code of Practice for disciplinary procedures

The law requires employers to act reasonably in their discipline of employees. Incorrectly handled processes can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation, with employment tribunals able to adjust awards by up to 25% for failure to comply with the provisions of the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance.

This event will provide an overview of the Code, with a focus on discipline and the minimum requirements when handling disciplinary procedures. 

We will explain the formal processes as well as  outline options for handling issues informally. We will also explore fairness, decision making and the benefits of clear policies and good communication.

This training will provide anyone involved in people management with the skills and knowledge needed to more effectively manage discipline in the workplace.


Digital via Zoom
9 October 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Managing discipline and grievance - two 3hr sessions over two consecutive days

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.



Digital via Zoom
17 October 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Managing a disciplinary procedure

A guide to process and the Acas Code of Practice for disciplinary procedures

The law requires employers to act reasonably in their discipline of employees. Incorrectly handled processes can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation, with employment tribunals able to adjust awards by up to 25% for failure to comply with the provisions of the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance.

This event will provide an overview of the Code, with a focus on discipline and the minimum requirements when handling disciplinary procedures. 

We will explain the formal processes as well as  outline options for handling issues informally. We will also explore fairness, decision making and the benefits of clear policies and good communication.

This training will provide anyone involved in people management with the skills and knowledge needed to more effectively manage discipline in the workplace.


Digital via Zoom
18 October 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Managing a disciplinary procedure

A guide to process and the Acas Code of Practice for disciplinary procedures

The law requires employers to act reasonably in their discipline of employees. Incorrectly handled processes can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation, with employment tribunals able to adjust awards by up to 25% for failure to comply with the provisions of the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance.

This event will provide an overview of the Code, with a focus on discipline and the minimum requirements when handling disciplinary procedures. 

We will explain the formal processes as well as  outline options for handling issues informally. We will also explore fairness, decision making and the benefits of clear policies and good communication.

This training will provide anyone involved in people management with the skills and knowledge needed to more effectively manage discipline in the workplace.


Digital via Zoom
23 October 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Managing discipline and grievance (face-to-face)

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.


Nottingham
24 October 2024
09:30 - 12:30
How to conduct a fair hearing

Preparing and conducting a fair hearing in line with legislation and the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance procedures

A formal procedure will involve a hearing where an investigation has shown that the employee has a case to answer.

All workplace hearings must be conducted fairly in accordance with employment legislation and best practice. Failure to do so may result in a breakdown in workplace relationships and potentially employment tribunal claims.

This event covers legal and Acas best practice principles that apply to all types of hearings and explores the key differences in preparation and decision making for hearings relating to conduct, performance, or absence.

You will gain valuable understanding of the Acas Code of Practice, how to prepare for and run an effective hearing, how to deal with problems that might arise, dealing with appeals, and an understanding of legal requirements for notice.

We will explain the employees right to be accompanied and will also explore additional considerations when running hearings remotely.



Digital via Zoom
28 October 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Managing a disciplinary procedure

A guide to process and the Acas Code of Practice for disciplinary procedures

The law requires employers to act reasonably in their discipline of employees. Incorrectly handled processes can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation, with employment tribunals able to adjust awards by up to 25% for failure to comply with the provisions of the Acas Code of Practice on discipline and grievance.

This event will provide an overview of the Code, with a focus on discipline and the minimum requirements when handling disciplinary procedures. 

We will explain the formal processes as well as  outline options for handling issues informally. We will also explore fairness, decision making and the benefits of clear policies and good communication.

This training will provide anyone involved in people management with the skills and knowledge needed to more effectively manage discipline in the workplace.


Digital via Zoom
29 October 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Managing discipline and grievance

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.



Digital via Zoom
30 October 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Managing discipline and grievance (face-to-face)

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.


Exeter
5 November 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Managing discipline and grievance (face-to-face)

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.


Glasgow
6 November 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Managing discipline and grievance (face-to-face)

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.


Cardiff
12 November 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Managing discipline and grievance (face-to-face)

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.


Southampton
14 November 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Managing discipline and grievance (face-to-face)

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.


London
27 November 2024
09:30 - 16:00
Managing discipline and grievance (face-to-face)

A comprehensive guide to managing both discipline and grievance in line with the Acas Code of Practice

Managing discipline and grievance can be tough for everyone involved. It is important to ensure that the correct steps and procedures are followed at all stages as failure to do so can lead to unnecessary and costly litigation. 

Employers who do not follow the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures can face an uplift of 25% in any employment tribunal award.

Aside from the legal requirements, employers who manage processes effectively can help build working relationships, and foster healthier and more productive workplaces.

This event will explain the Acas Code of Practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures in detail and explore a real life case study to help put the knowledge and skills into practice.

It will explain the law and outline the correct steps to follow when managing discipline and grievance, as well explore informal approaches and the associated  positive impact these can have on the workplace.


Newcastle upon Tyne
11 December 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Mock disciplinary hearing

An opportunity to experience an example disciplinary hearing and learn about common pitfalls

Conducting a disciplinary hearing can be a daunting prospect.
The Acas Code of Practice sets out principles for handling disciplinary and grievance situations in the workplace. Employment tribunals are legally required to take the Acas Code of Practice into account when considering relevant cases. So understanding the principles of a discipline hearing is key.

Join us at this interactive event, where you will observe an example disciplinary hearing. You will have the opportunity to share your views on the hearing’s progress and help decide the outcome. We will also help you understand the common mistakes to avoid when conducting a hearing, as well as sharing Acas good practice.


Digital via Zoom