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Dealing with discipline and grievances at work is an inevitable aspect of employing people. And it can be the most uncomfortable and challenging element of a managers role. Following the relevant process is the easy bit. Delivering the relevant message, in the right way, to achieve the right result is more difficult. We also know that managers are fearful of saying the wrong thing, in the wrong way or to the wrong person.
We are specialists in supporting businesses in such circumstances. We ensure all the facts have been gathered, we ensure your policy or best practice is adhered to, we take an active or notetaker role in any formal meetings and we consider both the commercial and lawful perspectives when supporting you in the delivery of the best outcome.
If your managers need development in having those difficul conversations then find our more about our training on this topic: Having Difficult Conversations Workshop!
If you would like assistance with a difficult employee matter then just give us a call today to talk it through.
“P3PM helped us to find a [360 degree feedback] tool which responded to our need for detailed and actionable feedback for senior staff within the business. They ensured that we were supported throughout the process. The outcomes have been tangible, with colleagues identifying clear areas for development which have been actioned and realised positive results. The process also helped us to understand the balance of skills and behavioural competencies within the senior team and tailor recruitment and development to move towards the balance we want to have. ”
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