Managing poor conduct or below-par job performance can be a difficult task, but it is a necessary one. Without it, your workplace is unlikely to operate efficiently and your employees will become disengaged.
Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures are an important step towards achieving acceptable standards of performance and behaviour across your organisation. It is important to communicate to employees standards expected and the steps that will be taken if these expectations are not met. The Disciplinary and Grievance training course shows the different stages within a disciplinary procedure, information about what constitutes gross misconduct and grounds for dismissal, and any rights of your workforce, both for representation and to raise an appeal if action was taken.
An effective Grievance Procedure sets out how employees can raise any concerns, problems or complaints in the workplace – including their work or workload, working conditions or relationships with colleagues – and how those concerns will be dealt with. Crucially, employees must know that their concerns will be dealt with fairly and consistently.
The EssentialSkillz Disciplinary and Grievance training will help you to communicate your specific expectations around performance and conduct to your workforce. The course highlights the importance of meeting organisational standards, outlines the stages involved in your disciplinary procedures and explains the range of actions that can be taken under the terms of the policy. It also communicates an organisation’s policy, setting out what steps an employee should take to raise a concern.
As with all our online courses, this EssentialSkillz Disciplinary training can be customised to meet your needs. This means that it will cover your specific policy, rather than deal in generalities. Your designated course administrator can edit the text and images within the course using our integrated authoring tool and link to organisation-specific documentation, policies and procedures, all at no extra cost.
Main Sections within the course:
- Disciplinary process
- Grievance Procedure