The HR Headmistress' blog

Employment Law Update - When to Use Performance Management and When to Review Performance

17th October 2011

From characters as diverse as Danii Minogue to Chris Grayling to Jedward, the performance of those in the public eye is always under scrutiny and being judged, though the public are usually powerless to carry out any sanction beyond the...

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Employment Law Update - Settling an Employment Tribunal Claim

6th October 2011

Principles are all very well, but they can be seriously expensive and thus, irrespective of the rights and wrongs of the matter, the majority of employment tribunal claims are settled in order to avoid the stress and expense of attending a...

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Employment Law Update - How to be a good witness

27th September 2011

One of the things we address in our employment law training is how to prepare for employment tribunals. Many years ago I inherited a tribunal claim. The employer had made some serious errors and was culpable. But he refused to settle, wanting his...

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Employment Law Update – Preparing witnesses for Employment Tribunal

26th September 2011

During an employment law workshop recently, we discussed the role of witnesses. If you have dismissed an employee or dealt with the appeal and there’s a subsequent employment tribunal claim, you’re probably going to have to give...

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Employment Law Update – Let the punishment fit the crime

2nd September 2011

After he has heard all the evidence at a disciplinary hearing, the disciplining officer must decide whether it is appropriate to award a disciplinary sanction.

It is important that any disciplinary action taken is proportionate to the misconduct...

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