Investigation & Disciplinary Management (Group Booking)

About this course

Workplace investigations can be a difficult and time consuming process, and often organisations are needlessly exposed to risk. This course dispels the myths surrounding workplace investigations and managing employees.

Workplace investigations can be a difficult and time consuming process that can expose organisations to legal risk if not properly managed. To enable leaders to approach issues with improved confidence, our investigation and Disciplinary Management programs contain the following three modules:

  1. Management v. Leadership
  2. The Legal Framework
  3. Case studies using MyEms to manage employees utilising the Investigation and Disciplinary Management Process

Who should participate?

These courses provide foundational knowledge, consequently no prior knowledge or experience of investigations and employee management is required. The program is designed to support leaders at all levels within organisations that subscribe to MyEms.

Maximum Number of Learners

To enhance learner participation and engagement a maximum of 24 learners can attend face-to-face and online training sessions.

Relevant to

  • Leadership
  • Employee Relations

Course Content

Investigation and Disciplinary Management (Group Booking)

We have separate training programs to cater for both informal and formal stages of the investigation and disciplinary management process. The overarching learning outcomes of these programs are as follows:

Investigation and Disciplinary Management (Informal)

At the end of this training program, learners will be able to:

  1. Identify the key differences between management and leadership.
  2. Identify how the various stages of the evolution of a destructive workplace culture.
  3. Identify the broad tests that are applied to determine if a dismissal or other disciplinary action is unfair.
  4. Identify the key principles associated with a Valid Reason to take disciplinary action.
  5. Identify how to mitigate the risk of adverse action, stress and workplace bullying claims.
  6. Identify when file notes should and should not be utilised to record issues.
  7. Undertake preliminary investigations.
  8. Conduct effective counselling meetings and maintain appropriate records.

Investigation and Disciplinary Management (Formal)

At the end of this training program, learners will be able to:

  1. Identify the key differences between management and leadership.
  2. Identify how the various stages of the evolution of a destructive workplace culture.
  3. Identify the broad tests (and underpinning legal principles) that are applied to determine if a dismissal or other disciplinary action is unfair.
  4. Identify how to mitigate risk of adverse action, stress and workplace bullying claims.
  5. Undertake preliminary investigations.
  6. Conduct effective witness interviews.
  7. Manage instances of serious misconduct.
  8. Prepare allegations and effectively conduct response meetings.
  9. Undertake further investigations.
  10. Determine the most appropriate outcome to disciplinary matters.

Course Details

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Group Training

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Full Day Face-to-face or Two 3 hour facilitated online sessions.

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Available Face-to-face or Online

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$4,500

($4,100 for clients with a current MyEms Subscription)

NB: Excludes GST, room hire, catering and reasonable travel and accommodation expenses when face-to-face training us delivered outside of the Adelaide metropolitan area.

For all enquires
please email us at info@emaconsulting.com.au

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