Safe procedures for disciplinary action
When a significant misconduct incident occurs, or a previous attempt to correct unsatisfactory performance has been unsuccessful, it's time to take action.
As an employer, when you to take disciplinary action, there's always the potential for an employee to take grievance action following disciplinary action, especially if your published procedures were not followed.
Workforce Guardian has designed a practical and easy to follow disciplinary procedure. Developed from proven, time-tested employment processes, our disciplinary action process is supported by easy-to-use forms, templates and letters.
Online tools and knowledge
With Workforce Guardian you can arm yourself with online tools and knowledge to effectively and lawfully correct unsatisfactory performance or unacceptable behaviour. We also provide guidance and advice about how to deal with specific types of misconduct including:
- Dishonesty and Unlawful Activity
- Disobedience and Refusal of Instructions
- Harassment; Intimidation and Assault
- Intimidation and Assault
- Medical Incapacity
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Unfit for Work
Practical and easy to follow processes
Workforce Guardian has designed a practical and easy to follow disciplinary action process. Developed from proven, time-tested employment processes, it's supported by easy-to-use forms, templates and letters that include:
- Disciplinary Procedure Letter
- Stand-down Letter
- Discipline Interview Guide
- Presenting a Verbal Warning
- Written Warning Letter
- Termination Letter
- Dismissal Letter