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Handling discipline and grievances in the workplace – Edinburgh
Location: Anderson Strathern, Edinburgh, 1 Rutland Court
Date: 2nd March 2023
Time: 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
We’re running a half day workshop for HR professionals and people managers, which is designed to give you the knowledge and understanding to handle disciplinary and grievance investigations within the workplace.
Join us to discover more about the legal and practical issues involved in investigating misconduct issues, managing sensitive grievances and dealing with reluctant witnesses, to name a few key aspects.
Our training sessions are interactive – we don’t just talk to you, we integrate group work and role play throughout the workshop to help contextualise potential situations and to create an interactive learning environment.
Date: Thursday 2 March 2023
Where: Anderson Strathern, Edinburgh Office, 1 Rutland Court.
When: 9.30am – 1pm
Teas, coffees, and biscuits will be provided throughout the session.
Meet your host
Jemma Forrest is an associate in the Employment, Immigration and Pensions Unit in our Glasgow office. She regularly represents both employer and employee clients across the private and public sectors.
Jemma advises clients in all aspects of contentious employment issues including unfair dismissal, discrimination, redundancy, disciplinary and grievance issues and whistleblowing, to name a few. She also has experience representing clients at tribunal hearings (as well as virtual hearings) and can assist employers with non-contentious matters such as drafting contracts of employment, reviewing policies and advising on TUPE transfers. She has experience advising HR clients on ad hoc employee relations matters as well as employees in relation to settlement agreements. Jemma also has extensive experience of mediations and has recently trained as a mediator as she has a keen interest in this form of dispute resolution.
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Book onto our employment law training morning in Edinburgh on 2 March here.
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