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How to make proactive risk management a reality

How to make proactive risk management a reality

Poor management of legal risk when it comes to your workforce could be costly and damage the organisation’s reputation. Uncapped compensation for discrimination claims, and as from 6 April 2020 an increase in the financial limit on unfair dismissal claims (£88,519 or one year’s pay, whichever is the lower), can make an employment tribunal claim an attractive option for a disgruntled employee, particularly if backed by legal expense insurance to cover legal costs.  What have they got to lose?

 

Investing in legal risk training in HR and employment law for managers can minimise the risk of a dispute or prevent one altogether. For this to be a workplace reality, managers should understand:

Having this understanding means that your managers can handle problems in a compliant and controlled way and legal risks can then be managed more effectively.

If you would like your managers to become more proactive when managing their teams, please follow the link here to find out more about F G Solicitors’ Legal Awareness and HR Training …… “Training is the oxygen of good performance”.

Updated: by FG Solicitors
Call us on:  0808 172 93 22

HOW TO MAKE PROACTIVE RISK MANAGEMENT A REALITY

How to make proactive risk management a reality

Poor management of legal risk when it comes to your workforce could be costly and damage the organisation’s reputation. Uncapped compensation for discrimination claims, and as from 6 April 2020 an increase in the financial limit on unfair dismissal claims (£88,519 or one year’s pay, whichever is the lower), can make an employment tribunal claim an attractive option for a disgruntled employee, particularly if backed by legal expense insurance to cover legal costs.  What have they got to lose?

 

Investing in legal risk training in HR and employment law for managers can minimise the risk of a dispute or prevent one altogether. For this to be a workplace reality, managers should understand:

  • the legal framework within which they and the organisation must operate;
  • the policies and procedures that must be followed;
  • the consequences of their own actions or inactivity; and
  • when to escalate the matter to senior management or professional advisers.

Having this understanding means that your managers can handle problems in a compliant and controlled way and legal risks can then be managed more effectively.

If you would like your managers to become more proactive when managing their teams, please follow the link here to find out more about F G Solicitors’ Legal Awareness and HR Training …… “Training is the oxygen of good performance”.