Please find below details of our current seminars and workshops including our popular autumn events - Employment Law Latest and Employment Headaches. You can read more about all of the courses by clicking the yellow Details button below and you can also book and pay online. If you need further information on our seminars and workshops, please contact Head Office on 01273 834120 or email email@example.com.
Earlier this year we ran a webinar on the important topic of Gender Pay Gap Reporting which was a great success and we received a lot of enthusiastic feedback from those who dialled in. If you would like to listen to the webinar and view the presentation please click here.
If you have any feedback on the content or would like to ask us any questions about Gender Pay Gap Reporting please e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Seminars and Workshops Autumn 2017 - Sussex, London and Surrey
Employment Law Latest
In October and November we ran 3 Employment Law Latest seminars. Employment Law Latest is an essential seminar for HR practitioners and people managers focusing on crucial employment law updates, including new legislation, government reforms and developments in case law. We are not running this course again as a public event but if you are interesting in running it in-house for your HR Team then please contact Sarah or Laura on 01273 834120 and we will put a quote together for you based on your requirements.
Our 2017 season of Employment Headaches workshops started on Thursday 7th November in Sussex. This business focused half day course will take delegates through over 20 practical workplace scenarios. It is a highly interactive course and involves delegates in considering real-life scenarios, with ample scope for questions and discussion.
Employment Headaches that will be covered include:
• We have discovered a new recruit has a spent conviction for downloading indecent images of children. What should we do?
• A disabled employee has asked for a long list of adjustments. How do we determine what would be reasonable?
• An employee's union rep has criticised our redundancy selection criteria. To what extent do we need to respond to his comments?
• We feel that there is too much political debate in the workplace. Can we put a stop to this?
• An employee was dismissed for theft. On reviewing the minutes of the disciplinary, I cannot see the allegation of dishonesty being put. Does this give us a problem?
• A consultant who works with our company has raised a grievance about discrimination. He’s not our employee, so do we have to deal with it?
• We are gradually moving a contract and around 20 employees from one division to another. Does TUPE apply and if so when?
Employment Headaches will run again on the following dates;
Thursday 16th November - The Royal Automobile Club, London
Monday 20th November - Camberley Heath Golf Club, Surrey
Please contact our Head Office on 01273 834120 or email email@example.com for further information or to make a booking on any of the courses above. Or click on the Details button below for further information and to pay for one or more courses.
Seminars: Preparing HR for GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect in May 2018 and will introduce significant financial sanctions. To help people managers to prepare for GDPR we are running three half day seminars in December and January detailing what you need to look out for when handling and processing HR data under the GDPR. We will explain what changes you need to make to your data protection procedures and will look at how you can future proof your organisation in clear, practical terms.
Where, when and how to book?
The seminars in Sussex on 6th December and London on 12th December are now completely full but we are running a second Sussex seminar at Roffey Park (in Horsham) on Thursday 25th January. If you are interested in attending this event please contact our Head Office on 01273 834120 and speak to Sarah or Laura or email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the delegate list.
The seminar will start at 09:00 with registration, presentations will start at 09:30 and will finish at approximately 12:00. Further details will be provided once you have confirmed your booking. All training materials and refreshments are included in the course fees.
The cost for one place will be £125 + VAT with discounts available for multiple bookings.
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