How to Carry Out a Disciplinary Procedure in the Irish Workplace
Employers: avoid costly, time consuming claims. Employees: learn what you are entitled to expect in a fair disciplinary procedure
Are you an employer?
Confused about how to properly carry out a disciplinary procedure in your workplace?
Getting this wrong can prove costly.
Because as many as 80% of unfair dismissal cases are lost because of lack of fair procedures.
A sound, lawful disciplinary procedure will protect you against successful claims.
Maybe you are an employee who is unsure whether you have been treated fairly in a disciplinary procedure?
This course explains how to carry out a lawful, fair disciplinary procedure.
And it gives you the resources to do so, too.
- 6 videos
- Template letters and scripts
- the "How to Carry out a Disciplinary Procedure in the Irish Workplace" book
- A slide deck of all my slides which form the basis of the course, for easy reference.
- Video 1-Introduction and benefits of a disciplinary procedure
- Video 2-Essential principles of a sound disciplinary procedure
- Video 3-The formal disciplinary procedure
- Video 4-Issuing warnings-essential steps
- Video 5-Appeals
- Video 6-Probationary employees
- Invitation to an investigation meeting
- An investigation meeting script
- Invitation to a disciplinary meeting
- Disciplinary meeting script
- Outcome of disciplinary meeting letter
- Appeal outcome
How to Carry out a Disciplinary Procedure in the Irish Workplace-the book
Slide deck of disciplinary procedure course
Terry Gorry is a solicitor and small business owner. He helps employers and employees with employment law issues and has written a number of books about employment law in Ireland:
- Employment Law In Ireland: The Essentials for Employers, Employees and HR Managers
- 27 Irish Employment Law Cases: Priceless Lessons for Employers and Employees from Decided Cases of the EAT, Equality Tribunal, and High Court
- How to Carry Out a Workplace Disciplinary Procedure: Avoid Costly Claims for Unfair Dismissal and Other Employment Related Claims
He also runs SmallBusinessLawIreland.com