Steeles Law Employment law team are well versed in training HR professionals and line managers on the topic of employment law, in particular the risks associated with the employment process – when to spot them and how to avoid them.
Robert Hickford, Director and Employment Solicitor comments ‘our training is totally bespoke, designed to provide managers with sufficient knowledge of UK employment law to apply a risk-based approach to the day-to-day management of employees.’
Changes in the law can impact your day-to-day business and it is important to keep yourself and your managers up to date.
Sessions typically cover:
- Employment Contracts
- Unfair Dismissal
- Equality and Protected Disclosures
- Trade Unions
- Data Protection, Disclosure and Privilege
- Employment Litigation
The team provided equalities training for all levels of management. This involved an in depth look at the Equality Act and it’s consequences for individuals in leadership positions in the workplace. Although part of the training was lecture based, it also included the use of real-life case studies to apply the knowledge learnt. The session concluded with an opportunity for attendees to ask the team questions and discuss the more complex aspects of the training.
- Hidden Abilities
The team provided a series of 20-minute video lectures on the Equality Act and how it applies to employers and service providers, with a particular focus on disability. This included presentations detailing the definition of disability under the legislation, the various types of disability discrimination, tips on how to properly report and manage cases of disability discrimination, and more. The series also included a ‘Question and Answer’ video at the end, which allowed the team to answer any questions the students had about the training.
To find out how Steeles Law Employment team can support you and your business, please do not hesitate to call 01603 598000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*The information provided in this article is designed to provide useful information on the subject, not to provide specific legal advice.