Employee management in a work from home world: how to conduct performance reviews, grievance and disciplinary hearings remotely
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Virtual

04 March, 2021

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm GMT

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Employee management in a work from home world: how to conduct performance reviews, grievance and disciplinary hearings remotely

Location: Virtual

  • Format

    Event

  • Type

    Conference

  • Duration

    1 hour

Join this webinar to hear from Jessica Bass and Lauren McLaughlin, specialist employment solicitors and Junior Partners at Curzon Green Solicitors, who will help you navigate through employee performance meetings in a remote working setting.

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Duration:1 hour
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Programme outline

Lauren and Jessica will explain the basics for performance management, grievance and disciplinary hearings, and will help with practical and legal tips to enable you to navigate these difficult conversations and any thorny issues that might rise. In April 2020, nearly half (46.6%) of people in employment in the UK did some or the majority of their work from home. These numbers are only set to continue and internal employment processes must now adequately account for ongoing remote settings.

Learning outcomes:

  • What are the basics for conducting performance, disciplinary or grievance hearings?
  • What guidance and law should I follow?
  • What adjustments do I need to make when employees are working remotely (particularly as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic)

Speaker details:

Jessica and Lauren are both junior partners within the employment team at Curzon Green Solicitors. Lauren is predominantly based at our City office in London and Jessica in High Wycombe. Both are experienced in acting for employers and employees, in a range of contentious and non-contentious matters. These vary from general HR advice and drafting contracts and agreements, to litigating complex multifaceted claims in the Tribunals, High Courts and the Employment Appeal Tribunal, including complaints relating to dismissals, pay disputes and discrimination. They sit on Working Parties for the Employment Lawyers Association to respond to consultations on upcoming changes in legislation.