The reasons cases arise and steps you can take to prevent them
In this episode 207 of the podcast I bring you the most common reasons for Employment Tribunal claims to arise in our experience and ways you can reduce the risk of a claim arising.
In this episode of the podcast I cover:
- The most common type of legal claim in our experience at this time.
- The reasons why claims arise.
- The fact that untrained managers and/or decision makers create the highest risk.
- How following a simple process and keeping paperwork can reduce the risk of claim.
- Why creating a culture of honesty and transparency can mitigate issues from arising.
- The importance of addressing issues early on in a dispute or potential dispute.
- Why looking at alternative methods of resolving conflict, that avoid the grievance procedure is critical.
- Why managers should always follow up on reports made to them by employees regardless of the merit or seriousness of the issue raised.
- How having in the moment notes of conversations or records of your decision making at the time can be crucial to disposing of a claim at an early stage and/or winning the case.
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