Do you still struggle with procedural fairness?
Video featuring David Dilger, Partner, Page Seager
Chairing both the recent HR Law Masterclass series in Sydney and Melbourne, David Dilger provided us with his key takeaways regarding procedural fairness in this short video.
David points out that the majority of cases are not won or lost because the conduct or behaviour of the employee is good or bad, but instead, the main challenge for employers is around the process undertaken and the requirement for these to be procedural fair. Are your internal processes consistent, 100% consistent, 100% of the time?
You can read more about procedural fairness in relation to workplace investigations in these ELM articles:
- Five essential tips for writing an effective workplace investigation report
- 6 considerations before commencing a workplace investigation
- How can you counter an employees claim that you may be bias in an investigation?
- 3 tips to getting your workplace investigation procedure right
David regularly provides tailored safety and people management training programs particularly at executive level. David also deals with all aspects of enterprise bargaining from direct negotiating through to appearing in FWC regarding industrial disputes.