As the rate and cost of employment claims continues to escalate, we will show you how to keep your organisation and its employees as protected as possible from risk.

We will also show you where best practice can help you to make significant savings on your workforce costs, and improve team and business performance.

OUR TRAINING COURSES WILL PROVIDE

  • An understanding of the current relevant legislation and best practice procedures
  • Proactive steps to avoid employment issues and claims and practical ways to deal with issues if they arise
  • An insight into the benefits of sound employment practice
  • Pointers to where employee cost savings can be made
  • Interactive workshops to reinforce delegates understanding of issues

TRAINING COURSES

All of our courses are delivered by senior employment law experts and are being held throughout the year. Our courses can be delivered at your premises, tailored to relevant information and situations from your own organisation.

GRIEVANCE AND DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES FOR MANAGERS & HR

Navigate the minefield of grievance and disciplinary processes and learn to identify common hazards to avoid the traps that lead to expensive and time consuming litigation.

WORKING WITH AND MANAGING EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY

Understand equality and diversity in the modern workplace. Ideal for all levels of staff. Essential training to reduce the risk of successful discrimination claims in this ever changing legal environment.

Enable managers to identify equality and diversity issues early on and understand how to handle them effectively to maintain workforce harmony and avoid issues escalating into expensive litigation.

MANAGING PERFORMANCE & ILL HEALTH

Improve overall business efficiency by reducing the negative impact of sickness absence and improving team performance.

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

Learn how to attract and retain the highest calibre staff by streamlining your recruitment and retention activities.

EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES

Understand the Regulations and how they Impact Upon Your Business. This course provides essential training if you regularly recruit permanent or temporary staff through Employment Agencies. It will guide you through the Employment Agency Regulations and provide you with a clear understanding of your rights and obligations.

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