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How to deal with capability dismissal and/or performance issues with staff: Part 4

The Employment Law & HR Podcast
24min

In this episode 173 of the podcast I continue the series about dealing with capability and performance issues with staff. With what I am calling, the ‘Covid effect’, there may be more issues arising with employee attitudes and performance at work, particularly as staff return from long term furlough.

In my experience employers and managers find it very difficult to know how best to approach capability and performance issues. It is not the same as a conduct issue which can be fairly straightforward to follow a disciplinary process. Capability procedures are more involved and can have a variety of issues that arise as a result.

This is the last episode in the mini series and in this episode I am bringing you some case examples decided by the Employment Tribunal.

In this episode of the podcast I cover:

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