What are dismissals?
Dismissal is when the employer terminates the employment relationship against the employee. Dismissal should be a last resort but sometimes it is unavoidable and the relationship must end this way. To comply with legislation and best practice, employers should carry out necessary investigations without unreasonable delay to establish the facts.
Why do dismissals matter?
It is important to manage a dismissal fair and consistently; following the appropriate policies and procedures to mitigate risks of discrimination; and wrongful, unfair or constructive dismissal. Dismissal should be for the right reasons and alternative options, if relevant, should be trialled first.
By following procedures this will also reduce negative effects on the rest of the organisation such as morale, retention and reputation but can also help reduce time and costs by getting the situation right the first time round.
We can help you with dismissals
Terminating any business relationship needs to be followed correctly so we can offer guidance on coming to the decision to dismiss, having difficult conversations, following the procedure through and overall acting fair and consistently. We can advise on notice periods, payments, post-termination obligations and keeping the process in line with legislation, HR best practice but also your company culture.
We can train you to handle dismissals
- AWOL, Absence, and Capability Dismissals
Thursday 13th December, 2018
- Disciplinaries, Dismissals, and Tribunals
Thursday 20th December, 2018
- DDT-190124 : Disciplinaries, Dismissals, and Tribunals
Thursday 24th January, 2019
- AAC-190129 : AWOL, Absence, and Capability Dismissals
Tuesday 29th January, 2019
- AAC-190314 : AWOL, Absence, and Capability Dismissals
Thursday 14th March, 2019
- DDT-190321 : Disciplinaries, Dismissals, and Tribunals
Thursday 21st March, 2019
- AAC-190404 : AWOL, Absence, and Capability Dismissals
Thursday 4th April, 2019
- DDT-190417 : Disciplinaries, Dismissals, and Tribunals
Wednesday 17th April, 2019