Employment Law Training

Comments from previous delegates have included: “Excellent training!“, “Loved practical style” and “Really helpful“

Our Employment Law Training is very successful, partly because we avoid Powerpoint and use a very interactive format.

The course covers:

Creating the employment relationship

  • The contract
  • Employment status

Maintaining the employment relationship

  • Dealing with discrimination issues
  • Working Time Regulations
  • Family–friendly rights – maternity, paternity and adoption rights, parental leave and flexible working
  • Disciplinary and grievance processes
  • Absence management
  • Poor performance
  • Misconduct

Terminating the employment relationship

  • Notice
  • Redundancy
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Constructive dismissal
  • Employment tribunals

Question and answer session

The next course is on Thursday 13th February 2020 and costs £150 plus VAT, or £100 plus VAT for clients who subscribe to our retainer service.

If you would like us to run this course for your managers, please contact proberts@keelys.co.uk

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