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  • An introduction to managing new starters (web page)
  • Starting work and the probationary period (web page)
  • The final probationary review (web page)
  • The law regarding probationary periods and contracts (web page)
  • Getting to know your team – Conversations about identity (audio)
  • An introduction to managing adjustments (web page)
  • I don’t think I have any disabled people working for me (web page)
  • What are barriers, and why should I remove them? (web page)
  • Spotting the signs – How to tell if someone might need a workplace adjustment (web page)
  • Types of adjustments and adjustment processes (web page)
  • What is ‘reasonable’? (web page)
  • Recording and reviewing adjustments (web page)
  • Tailored Adjustments Plans (web page)
  • The Great Big Workplace Adjustments Survey – People Manager Toolkit (web page)
  • Managing adjustments – Scenarios (Part 1) (web page)
  • Managing adjustments – Scenarios (Part 2) (web page)
  • Workplace adjustments webinar with Microlink (video)

 

  • An introduction to managing teams remotely (web page)
  • Working remotely in different settings (web page)
  • Supporting remote workers’ physical and mental health and wellbeing (web page)
  • Remote working and workplace adjustments (web page)
  • Remote workers and regular review meetings (web page)
  • Spotting the signs that a remote worker might need more support (web page)
  • Having sensitive conversations in person and remotely (web page)
  • Top tips for managing virtual one-to-one meetings (web page)
  • Top tips for managing accessible virtual meetings (web page)
  • Who is working from home, and what could the future hold? (web page)
  • Webinar – Covid-19 and working from home (video)
  • Supporting disabled employees to work from home – Adjustments (web page)
  • Supporting disabled employees working from home – Physical and mental wellbeing (web page)
  • A user’s guide to video conferencing apps (web page)
  • An introduction to managing performance (web page)
  • Why is good performance management so important? (web page)
  • When performance can be health or disability-related (web page)
  • The importance of regular review meetings (web page)
  • Talking to employees about poor performance (web page)
  • Adjustments to help improve performance (web page)
  • Having constructive performance appraisals (web page)
  • Preparing for performance appraisals (web page)
  • Supporting career development (web page)
  • When should I lower targets as an adjustment? (web page)
  • When should I appraise behavioural requirements? (web page)
  • Can I assess every employee’s performance against each other? (web page)
  • Podcast – An introduction to performance management (audio)
  • Managing performance – Scenarios (web page)
  • An introduction to managing grievance, disciplinary and capability proceedings (web page)
  • Understanding grievance, disciplinary and capability proceedings (web page)
  • The importance of accessible communication in your procedures (web page)
  • If proceedings are related to disability (web page)
  • Employees who are off sick during grievance, disciplinary or capability proceedings (web page)
  • Grievance, disciplinary and capability proceedings: Scenarios in the workplace (web page)
  • An introduction to managing attendance (web page)
  • When absences can mean an employee needs support (web page)
  • How to manage and record sickness absence (web page)
  • Talking to an employee about their absences (web page)
  • Short-term absences and disabilities (web page)
  • ‘Disability Leave’ – Time off for treatments or appointments (web page)
  • When should I give disabled employees more time off sick? (web page)
  • How to manage and prevent long-term sickness absence (web page)
  • Managing someone on long-term sick leave (web page)
  • Managing attendance: A series of scenarios (web page)

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