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New Dispute Resolution Guidance Launched
With expert advice from the team at TCMTCM has provided professional and expert advice to Acas, CIPD and BERR over the past twelve months and we are delighted that our key recommendation that mediation becomes a centre piece of the Governments guidance has been taken on board and implemented.
The legislation governing how employers and employees deal with discipline, dismissal and grievance issues at work is changing from 6 April 2009. The new simpler and more flexible system has the potential to save employers time, money and stress.
As a result of the changes, employers will benefit from greater opportunities to resolve disputes in the workplace before they escalate to the point where they end up in an employment tribunal.
The new dispute resolution system places increased emphasis on alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, including mediation, to encourage earlier resolution. In this leaflet you can find out about the new procedures in place for dealing with discipline and grievance issues in the workplace.
How to find out moreThe full guide is available by clicking here. TCM runs in-company and open access workshops exploring the new dispute resolution regime. These range from one hour awareness events to one day courses. Most of which are available free of charge.
To find out more, click here or contact TCM on 0800 294 97 87.