Developed from our experience of supporting over 3000 Dental practices, this crucial HR course has been created to help you with the day to day challenges of being a practice principal or manager
London: Friday 9th November 2018. Venue: Amba Hotel, Marble Arch.
It will provide you with an excellent understanding of employment law and how to apply in your practice. The Code Total HR team will provide tips and techniques; from conducting a return to work interview to handling difficult conversations.
Having the right knowledge can significantly reduce the risk of being taken to a tribunal. The Total HR team will look at common errors and myths, the consequences when things go wrong and how to avoid classic mistakes!
- Understanding your team with DiSC profiling
- Managing new starters, induction and probationary periods
- Contracts – which to use, when and why
- Dealing with unacceptable behaviour
- Managing short and long-term absences
- Handling difficult conversations
- Disciplinary Do’s and Dont’s
The conference provides 6 hours CPD and includes refreshments and course documentation for only £195+vat for CODE iComply members and £225+vat for non-members. The event is at the Amba Hotel, Marble Arch, London.
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To increase understanding of employment laws and how to apply them in a dental practice, in order to reduce the risks of tribunal claims
This course aims to meet GDC Development Outcomes A, B & D
- To explore tested solutions to key HR management challenges
- To discuss tips and techniques on how to handle difficult situations
- To examine the different personalities that make up your team and what drives them
- To share forty years’ worth of dental HR knowledge with the profession
By the end of the day you should be able to:
- Identify changes to make in your practice
- Improve employee engagement and retention
- Increase team understanding of employment law
- Take steps to identify and prevent unacceptable behaviour in your practice
- Reduce the risk of employee tribunal claims