Where: Royal Plaza On Scotts, 25 Scotts Road, Orchard Road, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

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Grievance may be any genuine or imaginary feeling of dissatisfaction or injustice, which an employee experiences about his job and its nature, management policies and procedures, and their related matters. Such feelings must be expressed by the employee and brought to the notice of the management and the organisation in accordance with acceptable procedures.

At the same time, and just as important, is the need to correct employees who have broken any established or implied rules and expectations. This helps to establish and ensure a stable sense of integrity and culture in the organisation.

After the workshop, you will be able to:
- understand the nature of employee grievance
- follow the appropriate approaches to handle employee grievance
- understand the nature of employee discipline
- follow the appropriate approaches to handle employee disciplinary matters

What you will learn
Effective handling of employee relations

Employment laws reference

Grievance handling
- Objectives
- Definition and scope
- Circumstances
- Types of grievances

Grievance: procedure and objectives
- Consequences of mishandling employee grievances
- Principles of grievance handling
- Roles of stakeholders
- Examples

How to prevent employee grievances
- Principle of employee engagement and employee experience

Grievance vs Discipline
- Definition and scope of discipline
- Formal disciplinary procedure
- Principle of natural justice
- Discipline and employment relationship
- Example of disciplinary procedure and best practice

Discipline and punishment
- Purpose
- Enforcement of discipline
- Administering discipline
- Conduct of inquiry
- Termination of service
- Dismissal of an employee
- Proper handling of dismissal
- Right of appeal
- Related laws

Who Should Attend?
Supervisors, executives and managers who need to handle employee grievances and disciplinary matters in their organisations.

Methodology
Participants are guided through practical steps of the topic with a combination of application exercises, group discussions and discussions on actual workplace problems with experience-sharing.