Episode 8: In the final episode of this podcast series Jack and Andrew discuss the essential steps for handling an appeal hearing. How significant are these hearings? Who should hear them? Can appeal hearings be used to the employer’s advantage? What led to a witness breaking into a Black Eyed Peas track whilst giving evidence in a tribunal? Listen to find out more on how to conduct a disciplinary process to an end.
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Step 7: What Happens If An Employee Fails To Attend A Disciplinary Hearing?
Step 6: How Do I Communicate A Fair Dismissal?
Step 5: What Is The Role Of HR In A Formal Meeting?
Step 4: How To Conduct A Disciplinary Meeting
Step 3: How To Prepare For A Disciplinary Meeting
Step 2: How To Conduct An Investigation At Work
Step 1: Where Do I Start When Managing Employees?
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