Introduction to Employment Law - Employment Law Training Course - Sheffield - 26 September

This course gives HR professionals and people managers a practical, in-depth insight into employment law.

This course gives HR professionals, people managers, supervisors and team leaders an in-depth insight into employment law and the practical HR skills to resolve day to day HR problems. For new starters, this course builds a solid foundation for future development. For seasoned professionals the course provides an in-depth examination of key and recurring aspects of employment law. Utilising practical and workable case studies in a workshop environment, this course equips delegates with practical skills to tackle common HR issues throughout the employee life-cycle. All course materials are provided, including a detailed work book with a suite of template letters for managing misconduct, poor performance and grievances. The workbook will be provided on the first day to be used during both sessions.

Key topics day 1:

  • The employment contract - required contents and necessary policies
  • Recruitment and employment status - right to work and job descriptions
  • Key employment legislation - dismissal, discrimination and other legislation
  • Data privacy in HR

Key topic day 2:

  • Tackling misconduct
  • Performance management
  • Managing sickness absence
  • Dealing with flexible working requests
  • Resolving grievances.

Who should attend:

  • HR professionals
  • HR business partners
  • Project managers
  • Supervisors
  • Managers/directors with HR responsibility
  • Team leaders.

The course will be held over two days on Thursday 26 September 2019 and Thursday 10 October 2019

The cost is £545 (plus VAT) per person for the full, two days. Limited early-bird offer of £495 (plus VAT) per delegate is available if you book before 30 August.

Timings: 10am - 4.30pm (includes lunch and refreshments)

When: Thursday, 26 September 2019

Where: Freeths LLP, 129 Norfolk Street, Sheffield, S1 2JE

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