WORKPLACE RELATIONS SPECIALISTS 

Conducting Disciplinary Hearings Workshops 

Conducting Disciplinary Hearings 

These workshops are designed to give participants including managers and HR specialists the confidence to deal effectively with employee issues when they arise. The participants on the course will be given the opportunity to learn through case studies and practical discussion which will greatly assist the transfer of knowledge back into the workplace. 
Date: Saturday, 25th July 2020 
Venue: Dublin - To be confirmed 
Fees: Members €150 
Non Members €250 
Includes lunch and refreshments 
The outcomes for the day will include: 
 
An understanding of performance and how it can be tackled in the workplace. Awareness of the key legislation that must be considered in relation to employee relations in the workplace. 
 
A critical analysis and review of current workplace practices in the workplace. 
 
Awareness of what is a fair dismissal. 
 
The value in having robust policies and procedures. 
 
The codes of practice that exist alongside the concept of fair procedures and natural justice.plore other workplace issues that may cause potential employment claims. 
 
Online Booking 
 
Places are limited hence early booking is advisable... 
 
Terms and Conditions 
 
Refunds will apply in the event that the course is cancelled. Cancellations must be made 5 days before the event to receive a full refund. 
 

Members €150.00 

Non-Members €250.00 

WHY TRAIN WITH FRESH THINKING 

All trainers have relevant training qualifications 
 
Workshops are delivered outside of normal working hours 
 
Content is up-to-date with course notes provided 
 
Practical modular workshops 
 
Customised in-house delivery where requested 
 
Coaching aftercare where requested to ensure class to workplace transition 

CONTACT CATHERINE 

Catherine can be contacted at 085 7177888 or email her at catherine@freshthinking.ie 

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