Progressive Discipline

SARC Member: $207

This six hour in-person session will assist managers to understand the legal basis that allows employers to use progressive discipline, why it should be used, and its components and objectives.

This session is available to SARC Members only.

Progressive Discipline

Employees are an employer’s most valuable asset. Working with employees to achieve performance level is needed and time well spent because if this important management role is ignored, it will negatively impact the workplace. This interactive in-person session will assist you to understand the legal basis which allows employers to use progressive discipline, determine which situations call for progressive discipline, the best practices to use when conducting an investigation, and apply the various elements of progressive discipline.

Interested in hosting a session at your organization?

SARC Learning Central’s facilitators can bring this session to your organization! This session can be delivered to a group of employees at your organization in-person or virtually. Contact us today!

In this session, you will learn:

  • What progressive discipline is
  • The two categories of misconduct
  • Why use progressive discipline
  • The components and objectives of progressive discipline
  • How to set performance expectations
  • The importance of interviews
  • The discipline process for misconducts
  • The grounds for disciplinary action


Scott Mostoway, Senior Labour Relations Consultant, SARC

Scott joined SARC as a Senior Labour Relations Consultant and has been with the organization since the fall of 2022. Returning to his roots, Scott comes to us from Loblaw Companies Limited where he spent 7+ years as a Labour Relations Manager where he advised employer/management teams on a variety of labour and employment matters in numerous jurisdictions from Ontario to Vancouver Island. A true management side Labour Relations Practitioner, Scott’s interests and areas of expertise focus on labour relations, collective bargaining, human rights, occupational health and safety, arbitration, and investigation work. Prior to his work in the private sector, Scott started his career in the nonprofit sector in both a human resources and operational capacity. Scott holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Management and Human Resources from the University of Saskatchewan, Edwards School of Business.

Born, raised, and never left, Scott currently resides in Saskatoon where you can generally catch him at the ball diamond in the summer and the curling rink in the winter. Although he still plays, Scott is also a national level baseball umpire that has allowed him to get yelled at and call balls and strikes from coast to coast. When he’s not at a sports field, he enjoys travelling, live music, good food, and good company.