Got a day to spare? Put it to good use by taking part in our employment law training courses.
Whether you’re brushing up on your skills or starting from scratch, our Employment Law in a Day courses cater for employees of all levels. Our qualified, specialist solicitors will train you to deal with the problems you come across on a day-to-day basis. From employment contracts, redundancies and discrimination to guarantee payments and protection for part-time workers – if it has the potential to affect your business, we’ll cover it.
Employment Law in a Day is designed to raise awareness about the many different types of claims that can be brought against employers and how to minimise the risks to your organisation. The course is suitable for all businesses, no matter how big or small. It caters for new starters in HR or experienced professionals who just need a refresher course on the fundamentals. It’s particularly valuable for managers and supervisors who have regular direct contact with employees, and whose actions may make all the difference as to whether the business is exposed to employment claims.
Some of the topics covered in the course include:
- Employment status
- Contracts of employment
- Family friendly rights\
- Equal pay
- Fixed-term and part-time workers
- Working time regulations and holiday entitlement
- Wages and deductions from wages
- Grievance procedures
- Disciplinary issues and procedures
- Notice periods
- Dismissals and unfair dismissals
- Compromise agreements
Courses are held in our purpose-built training facilities at our offices in Hull. We offer bespoke training for your business and workforce needs, and can also organise on-site courses for clients. To make sure everyone gets the maximum benefit from the course, numbers are limited to 20.
Employment Law in a Day runs from 9.30am to 4.30pm and costs £275 plus VAT, and that’s inclusive of all materials, lunch and refreshments – we’ll make sure you’re fed and watered throughout the day.
The course is run by Ted Flanagan, Nicola Barrass and Nicola Robson, who are all specialist Employment Law Solicitors with Gosschalks.Return to the blog archive »