Top Tips on Managing Disciplinaries


When disciplinaries arise, it is important to handle these fairly and lawfully to prevent any subsequent grievances or Employment Tribunal claims coming your way but also to maintain good, continuing working relationships with your employees.

Disciplinary investigations and hearings are generally used to deal with misconduct at work. They can be dealt with informally or formally. In each case, it is fundamental that you deal with disciplinaries fairly and consistently and in accordance with the Acas Code of Practice as a minimum requirement.

Disciplinaries can be challenging for both the employee involved and the employer managing the process. Our session is designed to offer top tips to take away with you to help manage any issues that may arise during the process.

Our free webinar session aims to recap the legal background behind conducting a fair disciplinary process with a key focus on some top tips in dealing with disciplinaries. This session will cover:

  • An overview of the legal background
  • Recap of the process involved
  • Important Top Tips
  • The investigation prior to the disciplinary hearing
  • Sickness and disciplinaries
  • Grievances raised during the disciplinary process

There will be an opportunity to ask questions of our specialist employment lawyers.

The session will be delivered by expert employment and equality lawyers from Collingwood Legal – an award winning employment law firm, recognised as a Top Tier employment law firm by the UK Legal 500, based in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Date:           Thursday 17th March 2022


10:00 – 10:05 am – Introduction
10:05 – 10:45 am – Presentation
10.45 – 11.00 am  – Q&A

Venue:    By Zoom, at your desk

If you would like to attend this webinar, click here to register your place.

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