Aberdeen and Inverness employment law cafes - 20 and 27 April 2017
Warnings are commonly used tools to deal with misconduct, as well as performance and absence management.
But do they serve their purpose? Are they really effective?
And how can we, as employers, make sure we’re best placed to deal with concerning behaviour in the workplace, and even reduce the risk of recurrence.
What’s more, what do we need to do to improve the way we tackle challenging conversations with employees about their conduct, and how we approach difficult disciplinary decisions?
These questions will be at the heart of the discussions at two upcoming Ledingham Chalmers’ employment law cafés, held in Aberdeen and Inverness, later this month.
Topics covered will include
- Common procedural flaws when issuing warnings
- Can we ever rely on a warning that is now spent?
- How an employment tribunal approaches a series of warnings that lead to dismissal
- Can we rely on earlier warnings when disciplining staff, even if the most recent concerning behaviour was not of a similar nature?
Book your free place via Eventbrite Aberdeen or Inverness for these cafes, which are aimed at all businesses employing staff, irrespective of size or sector.
Aberdeen - 20 April, Johnstone House, Rose Street, 12.30pm - 2pm
Inverness - 27 April, Kintail House, Beechwood Business Park, 12.30pm - 2pm
We look forward to seeing you there.
Posted, 06 April 2017 Categories: Events