At Castle Associates, we are very pleased to announce our new HR and networking lunch event.
Come along and network with like-minded professionals and at the same time gain a real practical understanding of dealing with and handling disciplinary and grievance issues within the workplace.
What is covered?
- The wording of the allegations
- How to conduct a reasonable investigation and implications
- Suspension and the risks
- Decision-making process and evidence
- Hearings and appeals
- The role of HR and trade union representative
Hosted by Mark Ferron MD of Castle Associates
Mark has worked in both the private and public sector and has been a trade union representative for over 26 years. His last position was within the Fire Service for over 17 years and during that time he held various positions, at both local and national level for the Fire Brigades Union, which included equal opportunities and fairness at work committees.
Mark has been fully trained by the union on a range of subject, including employment law, Health and Safety and he has a degree in law.
Mark works for businesses as well, “poacher become game keeper” providing support and expertise, this includes carrying out disciplinary and grievance investigations, chairing appeal hearings and is a very experienced trainer, providing training for employers on a range of employment law subjects. He is also an employment law advocate representing people at employment tribunals.