Approved by CPD
Your employer could start formal disciplinary action against you if they have concerns about your work, conduct or absence.
Before taking formal disciplinary action or dismissing you, your employer may try to raise the matter informally with you. However, they can go straight to their formal disciplinary or dismissal procedures. Disciplinary procedures are a set way for an employer to deal with disciplinary issues. They should include a disciplinary hearing where you’re given a chance to explain your side of the story.
There should also be a chance to appeal any disciplinary action your employer decides to take. This course covers the aims of the disciplinary procedure, penalties including investigations, allegations and suspensions, procedures for carrying out hearings, and appeals.
The disciplinary procedure aims to provide a framework within which managers can work with employees to maintain satisfactory standards of conduct and to encourage improvement when necessary.
Disciplinary Procedure and Confidentiality, Investigations, Allegations, and Suspensions
Notification of A Hearing, The Right to Be Accompanied, And Procedure,
Penalties, Their Effects, And Appeals, Holding Disciplinary Hearings and A Case Study.
This course is approved by CPD as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.