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Basic Employment Law Training

Our Basic Employment Law Training is very successful, partly because we avoid Powerpoint and use a very interactive format. Comments from previous delegates have included: “Excellent training!“, “Loved practical style” and “Really helpful“.

The course covers:

Creating the employment relationship
  1. The contract
  2. Employment status
Maintaining the employment relationship
  1. Dealing with discrimination issues
  2. Working Time Regulations
  3. Family–friendly rights – maternity, paternity and adoption rights, parental leave and flexible working
  4. Disciplinary and grievance processes
  5. Absence management
  6. Poor performance
  7. Misconduct
Terminating the employment relationship
  1. Notice
  2. Redundancy
  3. Unfair dismissal
  4. Constructive dismissal
  5. Employment tribunals
Question and answer session
  1. Owner Managers
  2. General Managers
  3. Finance Directors
  4. Line Managers
  5. HR Administrators
  6. HR Managers or Directors who want to refresh their knowledge of the basics

Our next course is on Thursday 29 November at our offices in Lichfield.  The course runs from 10 am to 4 pm and lunch is provided.  The cost is £150 plus VAT or £100 plus VAT for clients who subscribe to our retainer service. To book your place, just email proberts@keelys.co.uk

 

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