#1: Use this checklist to guarantee your disciplinary hearing is legally compliant.
#2: Decide if a disciplinary hearing is really necessary.
#3: Make sure your disciplinary hearing is procedurally fair.
#4: Don't make this mistake – it could make you lose your case at the CCMA.
#5: Ensure your chairperson understands the role he plays during a disciplinary hearing.
#6: Before you hold a second disciplinary hearing, do this to ensure it's fair.
#7: To avoid having to conduct a second disciplinary hearing, use these three tips and hold the first one properly.
There you have it: We hope knowing these seven vital things will help you conduct effective, fair and legally compliant disciplinary hearings so you avoid landing at the CCMA.
In addition to these points, we recommend you checkout The Chairman's Guide to Disciplinary Hearings. It has everything you need to know about disciplinary hearings and it'll help ensure no-one says your hearing was unfair or biased.