Leading Disciplinary Meetings and Investigations

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Course Description

Disciplining employees can be a daunting prospect for managers, but doing so fairly and objectively is crucial for making sure that your employees meet the standards you require.

Organisations can face a wide range of disciplinary issues, from relatively minor problems like poor timekeeping and excessive chatting to more serious problems such as bullying and harassment, theft, fraud or the misuse of company equipment. If left unaddressed, even minor issues can have a profound impact on productivity, morale and working relationships - so it’s essential to address them as quickly and effectively as possible.

Informal disciplinary conversations aren’t part of an organisation’s formal disciplinary procedure - but they can be a very effective way of tackling issues at an early stage before they become more serious, with a focus on helping the employee to improve rather than imposing sanctions. This course looks at:

  • Common situations where informal resolution can be effective
  • How to prepare for the conversation
  • Exploring your concerns in a constructive way
  • How to avoid common pitfalls
  • Agreeing steps for improvement and monitoring progress

Some more serious disciplinary matters may require investigation, and this will require the appointment of an investigator whose role it is to gather evidence, interview witnesses to the alleged misconduct and determine whether or not there is a case to answer. If the investigator decides that this is the case, there will need to be a formal disciplinary meeting at which the employee is present and the investigator's report into the misconduct will be presented. As chair of a formal meeting, you’ll need to ensure that you follow the correct procedure and deal with the allegations fairly and consistently. This course looks at:

  • When an investigation might be necessary
  • How to gather evidence and collect witness statements
  • What to include in an investigation report
  • How to prepare for a formal disciplinary meeting
  • Who should attend and what their roles are
  • How to deal with the allegations
  • What to consider when deciding an appropriate sanction




Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who faces the challenge of handling disciplinary issues at work, from informal conversations to conducting investigations into more serious matters and chairing disciplinary hearings.
  • The course will be of particular interest to managers, team leaders and business owners.

Course content

4 sections • 11 lectures • 44m total length

Instructors

Films for a better workplace
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 32,388 Reviews
  • 81,348 Students
  • 34 Courses

At Skill Boosters we work with leading subject matter experts to design, develop and deliver effective video based training for the workplace. We are passionate about delivering impactful training which helps to build productive, tolerant and inclusive individuals, teams and workplaces and which improves lives and life chances.

Our courses combine video drama, expert analysis, documentary sequences and interactive study to provide flexible, cost-effective training that engages, informs and inspires our learners.

Skill Boosters courses and resources are trusted by many of the world's leading organisations to develop and improve the skills and behaviours of their people.

Employment Law Expert
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 149 Reviews
  • 990 Students
  • 1 Course
With over 20 years' experience of employment law as a solicitor and professional support lawyer, Petra provides practical training to help organisations tackle key issues and get the best from their workforce. She offers training in a number of areas, including disciplinary procedures, mental health issues in the workplace and diversity.

Expected Outcomes

  1. use informal resolution to address a disciplinary problem in the workplace take a constructive approach to tackling minor disciplinary issues identify when it might be necessary to go down the formal disciplinary route and what this will entail conduct a disciplinary investigation and write up a report chair a disciplinary hearing and decide on appropriate sanctions Requirements The course does not require learners to have any specific software just basic computer operating skills. No special materials or prior knowledge necessary - everything is provided. Description Disciplining employees can be a daunting prospect for managers, but doing so fairly and objectively is crucial for making sure that your employees meet the standards you require. Organisations can face a wide range of disciplinary issues, from relatively minor problems like poor timekeeping and excessive chatting to more serious problems such as bullying and harassment, theft, fraud or the misuse of company equipment. If left unaddressed, even minor issues can have a profound impact on productivity, morale and working relationships - so it’s essential to address them as quickly and effectively as possible. Informal disciplinary conversations aren’t part of an organisation’s formal disciplinary procedure - but they can be a very effective way of tackling issues at an early stage before they become more serious, with a focus on helping the employee to improve rather than imposing sanctions. This course looks at: Common situations where informal resolution can be effective How to prepare for the conversation Exploring your concerns in a constructive way How to avoid common pitfalls Agreeing steps for improvement and monitoring progress Some more serious disciplinary matters may require investigation , and this will require the appointment of an investigator whose role it is to gather evidence, interview witnesses to the alleged misconduct and determine whether or not there is a case to answer. If the investigator decides that this is the case, there will need to be a formal disciplinary meeting at which the employee is present and the investigator's report into the misconduct will be presented. As chair of a formal meeting, you’ll need to ensure that you follow the correct procedure and deal with the allegations fairly and consistently. This course looks at: When an investigation might be necessary How to gather evidence and collect witness statements What to include in an investigation report How to prepare for a formal disciplinary meeting Who should attend and what their roles are How to deal with the allegations What to consider when deciding an appropriate sanction Who this course is for: Anyone who faces the challenge of handling disciplinary issues at work, from informal conversations to conducting investigations into more serious matters and chairing disciplinary hearings. The course will be of particular interest to managers, team leaders and business owners. Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 11 lectures • 44m total length Expand all sections Introduction and welcome 1 lecture • 3min Introduction Preview 03:02 Informal disciplinary conversations 3 lectures • 11min An introduction to informal resolution Preview 04:36 Making your conversations constructive 04:18 Following up 01:43 Informal disciplinary conversations 2 questions Disciplinary investigations 3 lectures • 16min Conducting the investigation Preview 03:05 Gathering evidence 10:25 Writing the report 02:00 Disciplinary investigations 2 questions Formal disciplinary meetings 4 lectures • 15min Preparing for the meeting Preview 03:11 Opening the meeting 03:30 Addressing the allegations 03:16 Closing the meeting 04:58 Formal disciplinary meetings 2 questions Assessment quiz 5 questions Instructors Skill Boosters Films for a better workplace 4.4 Instructor Rating 32,388 Reviews 81,348 Students 34 Courses At Skill Boosters we work with leading subject matter experts to design, develop and deliver effective video based training for the workplace. We are passionate about delivering impactful training which helps to build productive, tolerant and inclusive individuals, teams and workplaces and which improves lives and life chances. Our courses combine video drama, expert analysis, documentary sequences and interactive study to provide flexible, cost-effective training that engages, informs and inspires our learners. Skill Boosters courses and resources are trusted by many of the world's leading organisations to develop and improve the skills and behaviours of their people. Show more Show less Petra Venton Employment Law Expert 4.3 Instructor Rating 149 Reviews 990 Students 1 Course With over 20 years' experience of employment law as a solicitor and professional support lawyer, Petra provides practical training to help organisations tackle key issues and get the best from their workforce. She offers training in a number of areas, including disciplinary procedures, mental health issues in the workplace and diversity. 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  2. take a constructive approach to tackling minor disciplinary issues identify when it might be necessary to go down the formal disciplinary route and what this will entail conduct a disciplinary investigation and write up a report chair a disciplinary hearing and decide on appropriate sanctions Requirements The course does not require learners to have any specific software just basic computer operating skills. No special materials or prior knowledge necessary - everything is provided. Description Disciplining employees can be a daunting prospect for managers, but doing so fairly and objectively is crucial for making sure that your employees meet the standards you require. Organisations can face a wide range of disciplinary issues, from relatively minor problems like poor timekeeping and excessive chatting to more serious problems such as bullying and harassment, theft, fraud or the misuse of company equipment. If left unaddressed, even minor issues can have a profound impact on productivity, morale and working relationships - so it’s essential to address them as quickly and effectively as possible. Informal disciplinary conversations aren’t part of an organisation’s formal disciplinary procedure - but they can be a very effective way of tackling issues at an early stage before they become more serious, with a focus on helping the employee to improve rather than imposing sanctions. This course looks at: Common situations where informal resolution can be effective How to prepare for the conversation Exploring your concerns in a constructive way How to avoid common pitfalls Agreeing steps for improvement and monitoring progress Some more serious disciplinary matters may require investigation , and this will require the appointment of an investigator whose role it is to gather evidence, interview witnesses to the alleged misconduct and determine whether or not there is a case to answer. If the investigator decides that this is the case, there will need to be a formal disciplinary meeting at which the employee is present and the investigator's report into the misconduct will be presented. As chair of a formal meeting, you’ll need to ensure that you follow the correct procedure and deal with the allegations fairly and consistently. This course looks at: When an investigation might be necessary How to gather evidence and collect witness statements What to include in an investigation report How to prepare for a formal disciplinary meeting Who should attend and what their roles are How to deal with the allegations What to consider when deciding an appropriate sanction Who this course is for: Anyone who faces the challenge of handling disciplinary issues at work, from informal conversations to conducting investigations into more serious matters and chairing disciplinary hearings. The course will be of particular interest to managers, team leaders and business owners. Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 11 lectures • 44m total length Expand all sections Introduction and welcome 1 lecture • 3min Introduction Preview 03:02 Informal disciplinary conversations 3 lectures • 11min An introduction to informal resolution Preview 04:36 Making your conversations constructive 04:18 Following up 01:43 Informal disciplinary conversations 2 questions Disciplinary investigations 3 lectures • 16min Conducting the investigation Preview 03:05 Gathering evidence 10:25 Writing the report 02:00 Disciplinary investigations 2 questions Formal disciplinary meetings 4 lectures • 15min Preparing for the meeting Preview 03:11 Opening the meeting 03:30 Addressing the allegations 03:16 Closing the meeting 04:58 Formal disciplinary meetings 2 questions Assessment quiz 5 questions Instructors Skill Boosters Films for a better workplace 4.4 Instructor Rating 32,388 Reviews 81,348 Students 34 Courses At Skill Boosters we work with leading subject matter experts to design, develop and deliver effective video based training for the workplace. We are passionate about delivering impactful training which helps to build productive, tolerant and inclusive individuals, teams and workplaces and which improves lives and life chances. Our courses combine video drama, expert analysis, documentary sequences and interactive study to provide flexible, cost-effective training that engages, informs and inspires our learners. Skill Boosters courses and resources are trusted by many of the world's leading organisations to develop and improve the skills and behaviours of their people. Show more Show less Petra Venton Employment Law Expert 4.3 Instructor Rating 149 Reviews 990 Students 1 Course With over 20 years' experience of employment law as a solicitor and professional support lawyer, Petra provides practical training to help organisations tackle key issues and get the best from their workforce. She offers training in a number of areas, including disciplinary procedures, mental health issues in the workplace and diversity. 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  3. identify when it might be necessary to go down the formal disciplinary route and what this will entail conduct a disciplinary investigation and write up a report chair a disciplinary hearing and decide on appropriate sanctions Requirements The course does not require learners to have any specific software just basic computer operating skills. No special materials or prior knowledge necessary - everything is provided. Description Disciplining employees can be a daunting prospect for managers, but doing so fairly and objectively is crucial for making sure that your employees meet the standards you require. Organisations can face a wide range of disciplinary issues, from relatively minor problems like poor timekeeping and excessive chatting to more serious problems such as bullying and harassment, theft, fraud or the misuse of company equipment. If left unaddressed, even minor issues can have a profound impact on productivity, morale and working relationships - so it’s essential to address them as quickly and effectively as possible. Informal disciplinary conversations aren’t part of an organisation’s formal disciplinary procedure - but they can be a very effective way of tackling issues at an early stage before they become more serious, with a focus on helping the employee to improve rather than imposing sanctions. This course looks at: Common situations where informal resolution can be effective How to prepare for the conversation Exploring your concerns in a constructive way How to avoid common pitfalls Agreeing steps for improvement and monitoring progress Some more serious disciplinary matters may require investigation , and this will require the appointment of an investigator whose role it is to gather evidence, interview witnesses to the alleged misconduct and determine whether or not there is a case to answer. If the investigator decides that this is the case, there will need to be a formal disciplinary meeting at which the employee is present and the investigator's report into the misconduct will be presented. As chair of a formal meeting, you’ll need to ensure that you follow the correct procedure and deal with the allegations fairly and consistently. This course looks at: When an investigation might be necessary How to gather evidence and collect witness statements What to include in an investigation report How to prepare for a formal disciplinary meeting Who should attend and what their roles are How to deal with the allegations What to consider when deciding an appropriate sanction Who this course is for: Anyone who faces the challenge of handling disciplinary issues at work, from informal conversations to conducting investigations into more serious matters and chairing disciplinary hearings. The course will be of particular interest to managers, team leaders and business owners. Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 11 lectures • 44m total length Expand all sections Introduction and welcome 1 lecture • 3min Introduction Preview 03:02 Informal disciplinary conversations 3 lectures • 11min An introduction to informal resolution Preview 04:36 Making your conversations constructive 04:18 Following up 01:43 Informal disciplinary conversations 2 questions Disciplinary investigations 3 lectures • 16min Conducting the investigation Preview 03:05 Gathering evidence 10:25 Writing the report 02:00 Disciplinary investigations 2 questions Formal disciplinary meetings 4 lectures • 15min Preparing for the meeting Preview 03:11 Opening the meeting 03:30 Addressing the allegations 03:16 Closing the meeting 04:58 Formal disciplinary meetings 2 questions Assessment quiz 5 questions Instructors Skill Boosters Films for a better workplace 4.4 Instructor Rating 32,388 Reviews 81,348 Students 34 Courses At Skill Boosters we work with leading subject matter experts to design, develop and deliver effective video based training for the workplace. We are passionate about delivering impactful training which helps to build productive, tolerant and inclusive individuals, teams and workplaces and which improves lives and life chances. Our courses combine video drama, expert analysis, documentary sequences and interactive study to provide flexible, cost-effective training that engages, informs and inspires our learners. Skill Boosters courses and resources are trusted by many of the world's leading organisations to develop and improve the skills and behaviours of their people. Show more Show less Petra Venton Employment Law Expert 4.3 Instructor Rating 149 Reviews 990 Students 1 Course With over 20 years' experience of employment law as a solicitor and professional support lawyer, Petra provides practical training to help organisations tackle key issues and get the best from their workforce. She offers training in a number of areas, including disciplinary procedures, mental health issues in the workplace and diversity. 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  4. conduct a disciplinary investigation and write up a report chair a disciplinary hearing and decide on appropriate sanctions Requirements The course does not require learners to have any specific software just basic computer operating skills. No special materials or prior knowledge necessary - everything is provided. Description Disciplining employees can be a daunting prospect for managers, but doing so fairly and objectively is crucial for making sure that your employees meet the standards you require. Organisations can face a wide range of disciplinary issues, from relatively minor problems like poor timekeeping and excessive chatting to more serious problems such as bullying and harassment, theft, fraud or the misuse of company equipment. If left unaddressed, even minor issues can have a profound impact on productivity, morale and working relationships - so it’s essential to address them as quickly and effectively as possible. Informal disciplinary conversations aren’t part of an organisation’s formal disciplinary procedure - but they can be a very effective way of tackling issues at an early stage before they become more serious, with a focus on helping the employee to improve rather than imposing sanctions. This course looks at: Common situations where informal resolution can be effective How to prepare for the conversation Exploring your concerns in a constructive way How to avoid common pitfalls Agreeing steps for improvement and monitoring progress Some more serious disciplinary matters may require investigation , and this will require the appointment of an investigator whose role it is to gather evidence, interview witnesses to the alleged misconduct and determine whether or not there is a case to answer. If the investigator decides that this is the case, there will need to be a formal disciplinary meeting at which the employee is present and the investigator's report into the misconduct will be presented. As chair of a formal meeting, you’ll need to ensure that you follow the correct procedure and deal with the allegations fairly and consistently. This course looks at: When an investigation might be necessary How to gather evidence and collect witness statements What to include in an investigation report How to prepare for a formal disciplinary meeting Who should attend and what their roles are How to deal with the allegations What to consider when deciding an appropriate sanction Who this course is for: Anyone who faces the challenge of handling disciplinary issues at work, from informal conversations to conducting investigations into more serious matters and chairing disciplinary hearings. The course will be of particular interest to managers, team leaders and business owners. Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 11 lectures • 44m total length Expand all sections Introduction and welcome 1 lecture • 3min Introduction Preview 03:02 Informal disciplinary conversations 3 lectures • 11min An introduction to informal resolution Preview 04:36 Making your conversations constructive 04:18 Following up 01:43 Informal disciplinary conversations 2 questions Disciplinary investigations 3 lectures • 16min Conducting the investigation Preview 03:05 Gathering evidence 10:25 Writing the report 02:00 Disciplinary investigations 2 questions Formal disciplinary meetings 4 lectures • 15min Preparing for the meeting Preview 03:11 Opening the meeting 03:30 Addressing the allegations 03:16 Closing the meeting 04:58 Formal disciplinary meetings 2 questions Assessment quiz 5 questions Instructors Skill Boosters Films for a better workplace 4.4 Instructor Rating 32,388 Reviews 81,348 Students 34 Courses At Skill Boosters we work with leading subject matter experts to design, develop and deliver effective video based training for the workplace. We are passionate about delivering impactful training which helps to build productive, tolerant and inclusive individuals, teams and workplaces and which improves lives and life chances. Our courses combine video drama, expert analysis, documentary sequences and interactive study to provide flexible, cost-effective training that engages, informs and inspires our learners. Skill Boosters courses and resources are trusted by many of the world's leading organisations to develop and improve the skills and behaviours of their people. Show more Show less Petra Venton Employment Law Expert 4.3 Instructor Rating 149 Reviews 990 Students 1 Course With over 20 years' experience of employment law as a solicitor and professional support lawyer, Petra provides practical training to help organisations tackle key issues and get the best from their workforce. She offers training in a number of areas, including disciplinary procedures, mental health issues in the workplace and diversity. 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  5. chair a disciplinary hearing and decide on appropriate sanctions Requirements The course does not require learners to have any specific software just basic computer operating skills. No special materials or prior knowledge necessary - everything is provided. Description Disciplining employees can be a daunting prospect for managers, but doing so fairly and objectively is crucial for making sure that your employees meet the standards you require. Organisations can face a wide range of disciplinary issues, from relatively minor problems like poor timekeeping and excessive chatting to more serious problems such as bullying and harassment, theft, fraud or the misuse of company equipment. If left unaddressed, even minor issues can have a profound impact on productivity, morale and working relationships - so it’s essential to address them as quickly and effectively as possible. Informal disciplinary conversations aren’t part of an organisation’s formal disciplinary procedure - but they can be a very effective way of tackling issues at an early stage before they become more serious, with a focus on helping the employee to improve rather than imposing sanctions. This course looks at: Common situations where informal resolution can be effective How to prepare for the conversation Exploring your concerns in a constructive way How to avoid common pitfalls Agreeing steps for improvement and monitoring progress Some more serious disciplinary matters may require investigation , and this will require the appointment of an investigator whose role it is to gather evidence, interview witnesses to the alleged misconduct and determine whether or not there is a case to answer. If the investigator decides that this is the case, there will need to be a formal disciplinary meeting at which the employee is present and the investigator's report into the misconduct will be presented. As chair of a formal meeting, you’ll need to ensure that you follow the correct procedure and deal with the allegations fairly and consistently. This course looks at: When an investigation might be necessary How to gather evidence and collect witness statements What to include in an investigation report How to prepare for a formal disciplinary meeting Who should attend and what their roles are How to deal with the allegations What to consider when deciding an appropriate sanction Who this course is for: Anyone who faces the challenge of handling disciplinary issues at work, from informal conversations to conducting investigations into more serious matters and chairing disciplinary hearings. The course will be of particular interest to managers, team leaders and business owners. Show more Show less Course content 4 sections • 11 lectures • 44m total length Expand all sections Introduction and welcome 1 lecture • 3min Introduction Preview 03:02 Informal disciplinary conversations 3 lectures • 11min An introduction to informal resolution Preview 04:36 Making your conversations constructive 04:18 Following up 01:43 Informal disciplinary conversations 2 questions Disciplinary investigations 3 lectures • 16min Conducting the investigation Preview 03:05 Gathering evidence 10:25 Writing the report 02:00 Disciplinary investigations 2 questions Formal disciplinary meetings 4 lectures • 15min Preparing for the meeting Preview 03:11 Opening the meeting 03:30 Addressing the allegations 03:16 Closing the meeting 04:58 Formal disciplinary meetings 2 questions Assessment quiz 5 questions Instructors Skill Boosters Films for a better workplace 4.4 Instructor Rating 32,388 Reviews 81,348 Students 34 Courses At Skill Boosters we work with leading subject matter experts to design, develop and deliver effective video based training for the workplace. We are passionate about delivering impactful training which helps to build productive, tolerant and inclusive individuals, teams and workplaces and which improves lives and life chances. Our courses combine video drama, expert analysis, documentary sequences and interactive study to provide flexible, cost-effective training that engages, informs and inspires our learners. Skill Boosters courses and resources are trusted by many of the world's leading organisations to develop and improve the skills and behaviours of their people. Show more Show less Petra Venton Employment Law Expert 4.3 Instructor Rating 149 Reviews 990 Students 1 Course With over 20 years' experience of employment law as a solicitor and professional support lawyer, Petra provides practical training to help organisations tackle key issues and get the best from their workforce. She offers training in a number of areas, including disciplinary procedures, mental health issues in the workplace and diversity. 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