All the ‘thrills and spills’ of an Employment Tribunal – in a learning environment…
A mock employment tribunal is a great way to develop managers’ understanding of the potential consequences of their actions – and how what they do, and the decisions they make, are viewed through the employment law lens.
This practical and participative mock employment tribunal gets managers working together and involved in evaluating the risks and strengths of the case – walking in the shoes of the parties to the case: that’s those of the organisation defending the case, the claimant who has brought it – and even the employment judge tasked with applying the law to the facts as they appear on the day. By seeing other parties’ perspectives, managers can learn how their actions and their intentions may not always completely align!
Vista’s employment lawyers and trained trainers will give your managers a ‘real world’ experience of being involved in an employment tribunal. Our training experience means we design and deliver a mock employment tribunal as a learning experience – not just an observation exercise of lawyers ‘doing their thing’.
Managers will be able to question, challenge and debate the strengths of the case – and if they’re that way inclined, even put themselves forward as witnesses to be cross examined!
Mock ETs can be great kick-off events for leadership and management development programmes, to launch new policies and toolkits and even team-building days: We can accommodate groups of up to 45 – which means there is a real buzz in the room!