• Thu
    23
    Apr
    2020
    8:30 amPark Farm Country Hotel, Hethersett, Norwich

    We will share with you some of the most misguided beliefs that Managers hold as fact about employment law, and discuss the most frequent mistakes Managers make when dealing with staff; as well as the difficulties created through lack of key employment policies, or not following them.

    This course will debunk myths, show you what you can and cannot do, and make sure you avoid fear and confusion when dealing with staffing issues.  We will also talk about the need for a wide range of employment policies and their importance, so that Management can deal with people effectively.

    This interactive course is a must for new Managers, as well as being good refreshers for experienced Managers, as case law and good management practices continue to evolve over time.

  • Tue
    20
    Oct
    2020
    8:30 amPark Farm Country Hotel, Hethersett, Norwich

    Dismissing staff can have serious implications if done badly. The law requires that you have a fair reason for dismissal (e.g. restructuring is not necessarily redundancy) and that you follow fair processes.

    This course will cover the difference between a fair and unfair dismissal; why following the ACAS code and internal procedures is essential; and the key issues to consider when dealing with discipline, dismissal and redundancy processes.

    This interactive course is a must for new Managers, as well as being good refreshers for experienced Managers, as case law and good management practices continue to evolve over time.

  • Wed
    11
    Nov
    2020
    8:30 amPark Farm Country Hotel, Hethersett, Norwich

    How do you assess that someone is competent? If they are, how do you encourage them to be even better, and if not, what do you do about it? These are challenges which Managers face on a daily basis.

    This course encourages Managers to have realistic expectations on what people are capable of doing; how to define and assess what is poor, good or exceptional performance; formulating performance improvement plans and programmes for personal development; and continuing to motivate and encourage good performers.

    This interactive course is a must for new Managers, as well as being good refreshers for experienced Managers, as case law and good management practices continue to evolve over time.