16th December 2021

Listen to Season 7 Episode 8: Podcasting & Probation | The Newbies| Employment Lawyer in Your Pocket

In the last episode of season 7, we reach the end of the “Long and Winding (Newbie) Road”. Employment lawyers Jack, Blair and Stephen discuss how “We Can Work It Out” when taking a new recruit through a probationary period and induction process.  Blair gives some valuable tips on how “To Hold the Hand” of new starts; Jack offers advice on sorting out who within the organisation should “Carry That Weight” of overseeing the process; and Stephen discusses how slow starters should be given the chance at “Getting Better” where they need some “Help”. We also offer our views on how to tell a new start to “get back to where they once belonged” when it subsequently comes to light they have told lies in their job application. While this is the final episode of our “Newbie Road” season, the team decide to do a bonus Christmas special episode to look out for next week before we say “Goodbye” for the year.

Employment Lawyer in Your Pocket is a FREE podcast, delivered by our highly-rated employment lawyers who were Winners of the Scottish Legal Awards 2019 ‘Employment Team of the Year’. The podcasts provide practical employment law advice from the ELiYP team. See full list of episodes here.

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