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CIA - Disciplinary Procedure 2010

Community Impact Assessment - Disciplinary Procedure 2010

Preliminary Assessment Form v1 2010

The initial assessment is a quick and easy screening process.

It should:

Service - Organisation Development
Title of Policy, Function Or Service - Disciplinary Procedure
Type of Policy, Function Or Service - New / Proposed

Q1 - What Is The Aim of Your Policy Or New Service?

To explain the procedures that will be followed if an employee or group of employees has a grievance that relates in some way to their employment with the Council.

To promote harmonious working relationships and to try and ensure that issues are resolved quickly and effectively.

Q2 - Who Is The Policy Or Service Going To Benefit?

Ultimately the community we serve should benefit as the policy is one part of the Councils approach to performance management.

Employees and managers should also benefit as the policy is clear and straight forward.

Q3 - Thinking about each group below, does, or could the policy, project, service have a negative impact on members of the equality groups below?

GroupYesNoUnclear
Age   No  
Disability   No  
Race   No  
Gender   No  
Transgender   No  
Sexual orientation   No  
Religion or belief   No  
Relationships between groups

 

No  
Other socially excluded groups

 

No  

If The Answer Is Yes Or Unclear Consider Doing a Full CIA

Q4 - Does, or could, the policy, project or service help to promote equality for members of the equality groups?

GroupYesNoUnclear
Age
No  
Disability
No  
Race
No  
Gender
No  
Transgender
No  
Sexual orientation
No  
Religion or belief   No  
Relationships between groups

 

No  
Other socially excluded groups

 

No  

If The Answer Is Yes Or Unclear Consider Doing a Full CIA

Q5 - Do you have any feedback data from the equality groups that influences, affects or shapes this policy, project or service?

GroupYesNoUnclear
Age
No  
Disability
No  
Race
No  
Gender
No  
Transgender   No
Sexual orientation
No  
Religion or belief
No  
Relationships between groups

 

No
Other socially excluded groups

 

No

If The Answer Is Yes Or Unclear Consider Doing a Full CIA

Q6 - Using the assessments in questions 3, 4 and 5 should a full assessment be carried out on this policy, project or service?

Answer: No

Q7 - How Have You Come To This Decision?

No particular group is more or less likely to break the code of conduct and therefore bring them into the disciplinary procedures. The breakdown of the employees who have been through the existing disciplinary procedures in the previous 2 years are as follows:

The only group that could be disadvantaged by this policy could be those who have poor standards of literacy and for employees in this category it is important that managers explain the required code of conduct at induction.

The policy sets out that anyone with a disability or whose first language is not English may ask for additional support if they are subject to the procedures.

Q8 - What Is You Priority For Doing The Full CIA?

You only need to answer this question if you answered yes to Q6.

Answer: Low

Q9 - Who was involved in the CIA, and how?

Answer: The policy has been circulated to line managers for feedback and none was received. This is the group of people that will have to apply the procedures.

The trade unions will be formally consulted once the CIA has been considered by the EQIA group.

This CIA Has Been Approved By: Julie May (EIA Group)
Date: -
Contact Number: 01795 417402

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