Disciplinary Procedures: All Change


London, England



The following Breakfast Briefing is designed for employers operating internationally, but all are welcome.

Disciplinary Procedures: All Change

The Employment Act 2002 introduces new minimum disciplinary and grievance procedures. These are compulsory. Failure to comply will make a dismissal automatically unfair. These provisions are expected to apply from "late 2003". We summarise the changes and the steps you need to take.


This seminar will be presented by members of our multidisciplinary team:

  • Ann Bevitt
  • Angela Gill
  • Christopher Palmer
  • David Warner

Previous Topics in the Series: Data Protection and Privacy in HR: Emerging Problem Areas - November 7, 2002

The pace of change in this area continues to accelerate. The law is complex. The Information Commissioner has recently published codes on "Recruitment and Selection" and "Record Management", plus a new draft on "Monitoring at Work". Employers are facing increasing practical challenges. We summarise some of the problems arising and discuss solutions.


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If you would like to attend this Briefing, please e-mail your name, title, company, address, phone number, and the seminar you'd like to attend (this seminar is also being offered on December 5, December 12, January 23 and February 20 to rhall@mofo.com. There is no charge.

Morrison & Foerster MNP (Authorisation Number 2874/MOFO) certifies that each briefing has been approved for CPD credit by the Law Society of England and Wales in the amount of 1 hour. Morrison & Foerster LLP (Provider #2183) certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1 hour per event.


This non-transitional continuing legal education programme has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for 1 credit hour in the Professional Practice category. Morrison & Foerster LLP has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an accredited provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York from August 20, 2001 through August 19, 2004.


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