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Employee disciplinary and grievance procedures during COVID-19

Employee disciplinary and grievance procedures during COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic does not justify employers bypassing rules and procedures when dealing with employment issues and having difficult conversations around conduct matters or employee concerns. Although processes may certainly need to be adapted, employers must ensure that disciplinary and grievance procedures are still followed to avoid future claims.

This webinar will discuss what best practice may look like with the current situation, what steps are still essential, and whether businesses can differ their approach depending on whether they are physically working in the usual workplace, working remotely, shielding or on furlough.

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