Introduction to Employment Law Training Day

28th January 2015

The course is being held at our offices in Leeds, and is designed to raise the level of basic knowledge about employment issues, to identify the pitfalls and to encourage a greater understanding of the function and purpose of the HR team.

It is interspersed with case studies, encouraging discussion and active participation. To ensure delegates get the most out of the training, the courses are limited to 12 to 15 attendees. Course materials are comprehensive and fully updated before each session. Each course will consist of two trainers who are highly experienced employment solicitors and who regularly advise employers on all areas of employment law. Directors Joan Pettingill and Brian Harrington will guide you. Their hands-on experience and practical approach to the law means that delegates leave with knowledge which can immediately be implemented in the workplace. Course content The course covers the following areas: Unfair Dismissal Wrongful Dismissal Constructive Dismissal Performance/Absence Misconduct Discrimination Attending the Employment Tribunal Case Studies Case studies and break out groups are used throughout the day to enable the attendees to discuss and debate the relevant issues. The cost The cost of the full-day course is £200 plus VAT per person, inclusive of a set of detailed notes, slide handouts, refreshments and lunch. Timings 9am - 9.30am coffee and registration Mid-morning coffee 12.30 lunch Mid-afternoon coffee 4.30pm finish What previous attendees have said " A very useful insight providing a sound overview" "Fantastic good mix between presenters . Clear slides and good scheduling" "Content put across at a level that all could follow. Excellent" "Very relevant information and well delivered" Contact details Please contact Jackie Parkhill on 0113 280 2212 or by email to request a booking form. On-site training can also be delivered and details provided upon enquiry.

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