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If you thought the rules were weighted unfairly before, think again – the Dispute Resolution Procedures have made things much tougher for employers. There are now minimum procedures relating to discipline and dismissal that must be followed to the letter. Failure to do so will automatically mean that your action is considered to be unfair. This will mean that awards can be increased as much as 50%. The rules are wide-ranging and it’s not always clear how and where they apply – this report will help you avoid the risks and penalties. It explains what all the regulations say and what steps you need to take to operate effective dismissal, disciplinary and grievance procedures. It covers all the requirements of the new Disputes Resolution Procedures that came into effect in October 2004, explaining where and when the regulations apply – and what you need to do.