22nd March, 2023

Martin Mensah and Amy Smith participate in Mock Employment Tribunal for Squire Patton Boggs

Martin and Amy participated in a Mock Employment Tribunal held by James Pike, Squire Patton Boggs. They were able to bring their specialist experience to the training session, helping managers and Employee Relations identify best practice when dealing with disciplinary hearings. It was an enjoyable training day, full of great ideas.

Key takeaways were:

  • Including requisite detail in outcome letters,
  • Focusing on the "why" question for every decision made,
  • Being willing to re-open the investigation stage if necessary.

Martin Mensah and Amy Smith are available for delivering training on all things employment law related.

Please contact Julia Lanza for more information.

 

Photo of Martin Mensah and Amy Smith

 



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