Business Protection Seminar (2018 Programme)
Session 3: Resolving Grievances, Focusing on Sexual Harassment.
HRC Law’s Business Protection Programme looks at the legal issues which employers face, and the wider commercial impact these issues can have on your business and on managing your employees. Business owner/managers, HR professionals and operational managers – these are for you!
Dealing with grievances effectively is a great way to minimise the likelihood of an HR issue turning into an employment claim. If you can show that you have done so correctly, it will help you if you do end up before a Tribunal.
During this session, we’ll look at the Acas Code, explore the need for internal policies and procedures and discuss recent case law. We will also give some practical tips and examples.
With sexual harassment very much in the news, we’ll give particular focus to dealing with grievances of this nature, including looking at what sexual harassment is and how employers can help to prevent it, including a brief discussion of the recommendations in the ECHR’s Report, ‘Turning the Tables’.
As always, there’ll be opportunities for questions and discussion with our panel of experts, Robert Maddocks and Siobhan Howard-Palmer.
Date: 23 May 2018
9:00am – Arrival; tea & coffee and networking opportunities
9.30am: Seminar starts
10.30am: Seminar concludes.
Location: HRC Law, Acresfield, 8-10 Exchange Street Manchester, M2 7HA
We hope to see you there. To reserve your place, please contact Stephen on T: 0161 358 0530 or E: email@example.com.
We know you’re busy and that it’s good to get dates into the diary asap.
With that in mind, here are the dates and topics of the next three seminars in the series. All of the seminars will be held in the morning.
Wednesday, 27 June 2018: Stress at Work. What is it? How can you, as an employer help to minimise your staff’s stress? How do you deal with stress-related absence? Can stress be a disability?
Wednesday, 5 September 2018: Employee Engagement. Retaining talent is crucial and keeping staff engaged is key to this. We’ll look at ways to do so.
Wednesday, 3 October 2018: How to avoid unfair dismissal claims. Always a popular topic and for good reason. We’ll look at common pitfalls and explain how to avoid them.
We’re able to take bookings now, so if you’d like to reserve your place, please get in touch with Stephen on T: 0161 358 0530 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org.