Employment Law Training
However good your policies and procedures, they are of little benefit if your managers and supervisors have no understanding of how to implement and work with them on a day to day basis. So many workplace situations drag on unresolved or escalate out of control because of a failure to get to grips with the issue from the outset.
Equipping your managers and supervisors with the skills and confidence to handle routine matters such as sickness absence, disciplinary hearings and grievances can save an inordinate amount of management time and avoid costly and time consuming employment tribunal proceedings.
Our employment law training will empower your staff to be better Managers and add real value to your business.
A flexible and cost effective way to train your staff
Our training solutions can be delivered via Zoom or Microsoft Teams to your training room or to your employees' individual desk or home office. No more booking rooms, managing diaries around journey times or organising on site refreshments.
The best and most effective training is interactive and our virtual training is no exception. All programmes include Q&A sessions, but beyond that our programmes can be as interactive as you want them to be. We can include modules in which your employees work together as a group or in breakout rooms on case studies, scenarios and even mock grievance or disciplinary hearings.
What makes our training different to many of the “off the peg” training solutions available, is that we devise our training programmes to our clients’ specification and train to your internal policies, procedures and employee documentation.
We can also provide bespoke training modules for you to deliver and 1:1 mentoring sessions to support your staff.
You can build a training programme to suit your specific needs or just let us know your general requirements and we will do the rest. Contact Karen Bulfin to discuss your training requirements.
Make time for training
We all know how difficult it can be to get your team together for training and so often training is viewed as a drain on both financial and human resources. As a result it gets put off until the business 'is in a better position to support it' or in real terms until it is too late because the organisation is now facing a Tribunal claim.