Engage in Learning launches a Discipline and Grievance e-learning course
In four sections, plus a ‘Summary and Next Steps’ section as well as a post-course test, the e-learning materials cover:
• An Introduction – exploring the definitions of, and difference between, ‘disciplinary’ (incorporating such issues as timekeeping, performance, absence and behaviour) and ‘grievance’ (including issues such as discrimination, bullying & harassment, work terms & conditions) scenarios. Among other things, this section emphasises that the disciplinary procedure is about improvement, not punishment.
• Handling a grievance – with the process being explained via several interactive scenarios.
• Appeals – again, with the process being explained via various interactive scenarios.
Kate Carter, Engage in Learning’s Operations and Marketing Manager, explained, “Having differentiated between a disciplinary and a grievance situation, the course explains how to conduct informal and formal reviews. It outlines the role of ACAS, and also looks at effective and efficient ways to resolve these situations to everyone’s benefit.
“The course emphasises that managing discipline well benefits everyone. Moreover, this course, in conjunction with the client organisation's policy and procedures, will help users to understand how to navigate the appropriate processes successfully.
“When it comes to handling a grievance,” Kate continued, “the course explains that it's helpful to take time to explain how and why organisational and management decisions are made. Not only does this keep the process respectful to all involved but it also helps the atmosphere to remain ‘adult’ – and, often, leads to clearing up swiftly any misunderstanding or miscommunications.”
In addition to details about the disciplinary and grievance course, further details of all Engage in Learning’s extensive portfolio of e-learning materials, can be found at: https://www.engageinlearning.com/
About Engage in Learning
A UK-based supplier of eLearning courses and solutions focusing on helping organisations improve their safety, compliance and performance, Engage in Learning provides engaging and affordable learning that’s practical and effective in an organisational setting.
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