Bullying and Harassment
BULLYING AND HARASSMENT POLICIES
Appropriate bullying and harassment policies and procedures are key to avoiding constructive unfair dismissal and/or severe psychological damage to an employee that could result in a substantial compensation claim via the Royal Court. When inappropriate behaviour is reported in the workplace, the best outcome possible is that the matter is dealt with quickly and, above all, fairly.
Good procedures to deal with bullying and harassment are important. They provide a mutually beneficial framework for the employment relationship; encourage improvements in individual conduct; allow employees to raise appropriate concerns; make for well-ordered employee relations.
Location: 3rd Floor, 1 Seale Street, St Helier
Time: 12.00pm refreshments; 12.15 pm (prompt) to 1.45pm
Course fee: £25.00
Payment must be received before the date of the training. If payment is not received before the training, JACS reserves its right to refuse access to the training.
A cancellation charge of £25 per person will be levied for any cancellations giving less than 3 working days notice or for any 'no-shows' on the day.
To make a booking or for further information contact the Jersey Advisory and Conciliation Service. Tel: 730503 E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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