POSTPONED - HR Workshop: Disciplinary Investigations - Carmarthen
COVID-19 UPDATE: We are taking steps to assist with the delay of the disease and therefore we have cancelled all external training and business events for the next 6 weeks. We would like to reassure our business and private clients that it is business as usual and currently all our offices remain open during normal working hours. You can read more about the steps we have taken here.
Join us for a free HR workshop run by Natasha Johnston, HR Advisor, on the topic of Disciplinary Investigations. Please note updated timings from our usual Lunch and Learn Workshops.
It is inevitable that at some point in their career, Line Managers or HR Professionals will need to undertake a workplace investigation. Conducting an investigation can be considered a daunting or time-consuming process for many, however, the importance of an objective disciplinary investigation should not be overlooked. The ramifications for the employer when an investigation process is either not completed or flawed can render any subsequent process unfair which can be costly to both reputations as an employer and the bottom line.
This workshop will provide an overview of:
- The requirements of a fair investigation process
- Setting appropriate terms of reference
- Identifying appropriate sources of evidence
- Relevant case law to the investigation process
This workshop is suitable for those dealing with HR and personnel issues in business. These events allow for networking with others in similar roles, informal discussion with an expert in the field and the sharing of best practice with like-minded individuals.
This workshop includes a sandwich lunch and takes place between 10am - 12:30pm at S4C Yr Egin, Carmarthen on Wednesday 29 April.
To book your place at this event please email Natalie Slee at email@example.com or telephone 01792 525578.
Please note places are limited to two per organisation. Please contact us if you would like to discuss training for a group of 3 or more.