No. of mini-lessons5
No. of mini-lessons 5
For many managers, disciplinary procedures are the least favorite part of their job. It’s an integral part of a management role but, done incorrectly, it can cause tension and ill feeling within any organization, negatively impacting the whole business. Because of this, any disciplinary action or grievance needs to be handled with care and professionalism by all parties involved.
Although HR staff don’t directly manage procedures, they do play a vital role throughout the process. They act as administrators but also as advisors to the person in charge of investigation. Making sure you remain impartial within this is key to delivering a fair, independent process.
How to construct a disciplinary process
What is the role of HR as an impartial advisor
How disciplinary matters should be investigated
How to conduct a fair process
Why your teams need this course
Undertaking disciplinary procedures can be delicate and awkward, so maintaining a professional stance is vital. Managers and HR managers conducting a disciplinary procedure for the first time or wanting to refresh their knowledge will benefit from this course. It provides a step-by-step guide to disciplinary procedures and gives advice on keeping the process impartial and fair.
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