We know managing disciplining and dismissing staff is not what the average manager wants to be doing each day. But these are really important parts of the management role and, if not done well, can cost enormous sums to put right!
It was once the case that 80% of unfair dismissal claims were won as a result of the company messing up on procedure, and not because the employee really shouldn’t have lost their job. What an unnecessary waste of company time and resources! Getting it right is essential, but to do that your managers need to feel confident and competent.
Jaluch has the answer for you. Now you can develop your managers’ skills with our fantastic managing discipline and dismissals training materials. Build confidence. Build knowledge. Share experiences and ideas.
How does it work?
Our Bags of Learning are complete training kits, this means that you do not need to spend hours pulling the course material together, everything is done for you. When you purchase one of our training kits, you will be able to download all of the material online from our training portal. Any additional training aids (props, activity cards etc.) are all included in the cost and will arrive in the post.
For maximum flexibility, you can break the course down into individual modules, this is great for ‘lunch and learn’ sessions and minimises time away from normal duties.
We offer module 1 (Knowing what you are dealing with) from this course for £49 – licensed for 2 months use. The full course is licensed for 12 months. If you purchase module 1 but then decide you would like the full course, your initial £49 payment will be deducted from the full course cost. You can select from one module or full course in the pricing options above.
The training is designed to be participative and engaging to stimulate thinking and ideas. Line managers, HR professionals and in-house trainers will all be able to easily pick up and deliver this material, no previous experience required.
- Knowing what you are dealing with
- The disciplinary process
- Disciplinary investigations
- Disciplinary hearings and appeals
- Absence and grievances during disciplinaries
- Practical application of skills
- Knowledge check