The Essentials of Employment Law
Classroom: £329 +VAT per person
The legal duties and responsibilities of employers are enormous and there are many circumstances where managers can get it wrong. With the area of Employment Law regularly changing it can be hard to remain up to date with these duties and responsibilities.
This course offers all those who have a responsibility for managing people or dealing with personnel issues the opportunity to gain a working understanding of their legal responsibilities under UK employment legislation. This comprehensive course will cover, in considerable detail, the essential statutory duties with which an employer must comply, as well as ensuring that you are fully up to date with the latest changes and developments in the area of Employment Law.
The course is continually updated and illustrated with case law.
“I really liked Paul's presentation style. Calm, collected, clear and concise. He is very well informed and very personable. Paul also gave examples of interesting cases and helped put the training material into context.”
“This is the second time I've attended this course and I am really glad I came again. I still learnt a lot and was reminded of items that have slipped. Will likely be back again in future.”
“Another presentation by UK Training that I enjoyed a lot. Many thanks!”
“Paul is very knowledgeable in his field of expertise. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and the venue. ”
Office Manager & HR Officer
“Excellent presenter - Clear communicator with good subject knowledge.”
HR Business Partner
Paul is an accomplished and highly-qualified training professional, with a successful background in learning and development and 15 years management experience.
Over the years, Paul has designed, developed and delivered comprehensive Business and Management Skills programmes that have included the following topics: Employment Law, Data Protection, Project Management, Corporate Social Responsibility and a variety of essential management skills. He has also offered invaluable support and advice to many people setting up their own business.
Paul presents employment law courses at public venues and for in-house clients.