A practical day to provide you with the knowledge and practical skills to handle conduct issues and grievance in the workplace.
Aimed at line managers, those with HR responsibilities or employees in the business who will be required to handle conduct issues for their team and potentially participate in disciplinary or grievance hearings.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Join us on a first come first served basis. We will cover the following:
Handling matters informally
An overview of the law of unfair dismissal
How to carry out an investigation and whether to suspend or not
Fair procedure and how to have a fair hearing
Gross misconduct and misconduct – which is which?
Questioning techniques and expecting the unexpected
Sanctions and possible outcomes
What is a grievance and how does this process differ?
We will look at these areas using case studies of conduct cases and the facilitators experience in practice and in Tribunal with real stories. This is a workshop with limited powerpoint and delegates will work through processes using real life examples in groups. Warning: delegate participation required!
Businesses are welcome to send a team of their own or just a single delegate who will join a group. We will be using different scenarios from different sectors to cover the industries in which delegates work.
Join us on: 4th March 2020 9.30 – 4.00pm at Harrowden Hall, Wellingborough, NN9 5AD
Cost (includes lunch and materials)
£149 plus VAT per delegate
Early bird discount £99 plus VAT per delegate available until 31.01.2020
Multiple delegate discounts for teams (5 for the price of 4)
As we bring in a new decade, we take some time to review some key developments in the last decade in employment law. We will look at technological advances and their HR impact. We will review the current position on status and holiday pay. We will provide an insight into the Tribunal system. As well as looking at some key legislation and cases from the last 12 months and onto the horizon for this decade and what we can expect including from Brexit and the conservative manifesto.
Following on from the success of our past annual seminars on GDPR for HR, Employment law issues for 21st Century businesses and Rogue Employees, this year our experienced team bring you an update on business critical issues that face your business.
Are you conscious of the developments but unsure how best to protect your business?
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Join us for our update seminar to identify the opportunities and threats for your business. We will cover:
Technological advances – their impact on our working lives
Holiday pay – input from Europe
Employment status – where are we now?
Employment Tribunals – the changing landscape
Top 3 cases from 2019
Legislation on the horizon for 2020
We will look at how these all impact your business from an employment law and HR prospective. Practical guidance and tips will be given as well as time for questions and answers. Delegates will be brought up to date and take away practical tips for their business.
Sarah King, experienced Employment law solicitor and Judge
Join us on:
Wednesday 5th February 2020 9.30am – 12.00 noon
Harrowden Hall, Wellingborough, NN9 5AD
Free to businesses who employ staff (1 space per company unless agreed otherwise)
Free to all existing clients (no spaces limit)
£25 plus VAT for additional spaces and for students or other interested parties
Meetings by appointment at:
Excello Law Ltd
5 Chancery Lane
Chester, Leeds & Liverpool
Sarah King t/a SK Employment Law is not a firm of solicitors. Sarah King is a consultant solicitor at Excello Law Limited and legal services are provided by Excello Law Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under SRA number 512898.