Running a business is challenging, even more so when you are dealing with an employee behaving badly.
We've created a guide for employers with our suggestions on the issues to consider when you have to chair a meeting with an employee that is likely to be demanding.
Our free guide gives an overview of the steps that you can take to improve your prospects of reaching a successful outcome at a meeting and it explains how to deal with a disciplinary meeting.
We hope this is helpful. And if you require further advice on these issues, you may wish to join our community; on elXtr we have guides on all of these issues.
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From time to time, you may have employees who raise complaints against you or other members of your workforce or who behave badly and put your business at risk. Handling these situations can take up a lot of your time and energy, and since you risk being perceived by the employee as both judge and jury in your discussions with each other and at any internal hearing, often the employee is not persuaded to see things your way and/or agree to take any action that you request.