The ACAS Code provides for a right of appeal to be given to an employee who has been taken through the formal discipline process or who has raised a formal grievance.
Appeals are usually lodged on the basis of an error in procedure, inconsistency in the outcome, or too much or too little weight given to evidence. When do you carry out a review and when a re-hearing? How do you correct procedural deficiencies? What do you do if new evidence comes to light on appeal? What happens if the employee exhausts the disciplinary appeal process and then raises a grievance?
This tool kit enables you to take managers who will hear appeals through the appeal maze and answer these questions and many more. This employment training toolkit contains a complete set of PowerPoint slides, trainers notes, hints and tips, case studies and exercises to save you time. Templates for joining instructions, attendance records, feedback forms and attendance certificates are also included. All documents are provided in hard and soft copy so that content and appearance can be customised to reflect your organisational brand.
This product is perfect for busy trainers and suitable for HR professionals and managers who have to coach their staff in the workplace but lack the experience or time to create their own materials.
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