Mock tribunals held to help bosses

Mock tribunals held to hep bosses

Mock tribunals held to hep bosses

First published in Hampshire Business

MOCK employments tribunals have been held to help Hampshire firms tackle tricky legal cases with staff.

ARM Consulting, one of the UK’s leading technical recruitment and talent management consultancies, have teamed up with Southampton-based law firm Clarke Willmott LLP to run simulated hearings.

Their latest one was attended by 60 delegates from the HR sector in the Southampton area.

The tribunal focused on managing ill health and made use of real-life cases, replicating the tension of a real employment tribunal to demonstrate the severity of employee actions and the potential implications of misconduct.

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2:21pm Sat 29 Dec 12

S Pance says...

How about some mock tribunals to help staff deal with similar cases?

Far too often to bosses bully their staff and treat them unfairly.

IME, it is common for employers to lie at tribunals and destroy evidence of mis doing.

I even know of one employer that made up false statements from employees in order to win their case!

There are loads of good employers out there, and these rarely, if ever end up at a tribunal.
How about some mock tribunals to help staff deal with similar cases? Far too often to bosses bully their staff and treat them unfairly. IME, it is common for employers to lie at tribunals and destroy evidence of mis doing. I even know of one employer that made up false statements from employees in order to win their case! There are loads of good employers out there, and these rarely, if ever end up at a tribunal. S Pance
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2:37pm Sat 29 Dec 12

southy says...

S Pance wrote:
How about some mock tribunals to help staff deal with similar cases?

Far too often to bosses bully their staff and treat them unfairly.

IME, it is common for employers to lie at tribunals and destroy evidence of mis doing.

I even know of one employer that made up false statements from employees in order to win their case!

There are loads of good employers out there, and these rarely, if ever end up at a tribunal.
true that about bosses i seen to many storys about bosses bullying, to stop this people must stand together, own there own they will not have much power but all standing together your power increases
[quote][p][bold]S Pance[/bold] wrote: How about some mock tribunals to help staff deal with similar cases? Far too often to bosses bully their staff and treat them unfairly. IME, it is common for employers to lie at tribunals and destroy evidence of mis doing. I even know of one employer that made up false statements from employees in order to win their case! There are loads of good employers out there, and these rarely, if ever end up at a tribunal.[/p][/quote]true that about bosses i seen to many storys about bosses bullying, to stop this people must stand together, own there own they will not have much power but all standing together your power increases southy
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