Procedure and performance management - FREE SEMINAR

The Small Firms Association believes that the scope for improving the performance of SMEs through development of management skills and capability is considerable and in this regard the Small Firms Association established “SFA Business Bytes”.

SFA Business Bytes offer unparalleled access to a wind range of high quality training events which are entirely free of change to attend.

Mays’ event will consider the area of employment law and in particular will focus on the minimum standard of procedure expected where an employer intends to engage in formal performance management with an employee.  The will be delivered by Alan Sherlock executive in the Small Firms Association.

This seminar will guide you through the steps that are crucial if you wish to successfully sanction an employee in respect of competence, conduct or capability. 

It is absolutely crucial that where an employer decides formal action against an employee is necessary the correct procedure is followed to ensure any action taken will be valid.

This seminar will look at this procedure in detail including:

  • The necessity of documentation
  • The purpose of the investigatory meeting
  • The rules of natural justice
  • The role of the representative

Failure to follow correct procedure has cost many employers considerably at the Employment Appeals Tribunal so this seminar is an absolute must for anyone that may have responsibility for action under your company disciplinary procedure.

To book your place please click the BOOK THIS EVENT button at the top of this page or contact Richard Miley on 01 6051667 or email to