Flexible employment law training solutions, conveniently delivered at your premises
Making sure your line managers are well-versed in your own policies and procedures, and in the requirements of employment law, is a key tool in minimising the risk of legal liability.
We regularly run in-house employment law training sessions at our clients’ premises on topics such as disciplinary procedures, handling grievances, equal opportunities and dignity at work.
Training solutions for your business
Tried and tested or bespoke workshops - the choice is yours
We are happy to draw from our own tried and tested library of workshops, or to develop bespoke employment law training courses in conjunction with you. We also regularly run in-house training sessions for our clients’ HR experts, to keep them updated on developments in employment law and the latest business immigration compliance rules.
Find out more and how to book
See how we can help by visiting our events & training page, or speak to us about any issues you may be faced with.
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