1. How to Deal With Nuisance Grievances
    How to Deal With Nuisance Grievances
    £1.00
    There is a statutory right to raise a grievance, but in recent years there’s been a considerable increase in the number of nuisance grievances raised. These can be repeat grievances; grievances which allegedly took place years ago; or grievances where the manager is simply trying to correct an employee's performance. Such frivolous complaints hugely deplete management time and often fail to satisfy the aggrieved employee. It's a catch 22 situation. This Mini will give you the tools to help you deal with nuisance grievances effectively.
  2. How to Manage Small Scale Redundancy
    How to Manage Small Scale Redundancy
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    Redundancy is now a common part of working life. Most businesses will periodically restructure their organisations to ensure economic robustness. In some cases the redundancy process is very straightforward. In others, you must use a selection pool to determine who will be at risk of redundancy. While redundancies involving fewer than 20 employees don’t trigger the statutory consultation provisions, timely and meaningful consultation with those affected is essential and you must follow a fair process in a fair manner. This Mini shows you how.
  3. How to Nip Workplace Problems in the Bud
    How to Nip Workplace Problems in the Bud
    £1.00
    The easiest and quickest way to deal with a workplace issue is to deal with it as soon as it starts. Yet many managers will ignore a situation for months or even years - by which time it has often escalated to something far more serious and time-consuming. It is much easier to blow out a match than put out a forest fire! Nipping problems in the bud is the way to go. This Mini shows you how.
  4. How to Take a Witness Statement
    How to Take a Witness Statement
    £1.00
    Gathering the evidence for a discipline or grievance investigation often means taking witness statements. The purpose of a witness statement is to provide written evidence to support a party's case that will, if necessary, be used as evidence in court. The statement is an important part of the investigation and it is important to ensure that the statement is accurate and comprehensive. This Mini shows you in simple steps how to do so.
  5. Managing Poor Work Performance
    Managing Poor Work Performance
    £7.00
    Managing poor work performance is the most common complaint by employers costing you hundreds (if not thousands) of pounds every year if left unmanaged.