Employment law can be a minefield for employers to ‘get their heads around’ especially with the changing legislation and regular updates of the law and so it is not surprising that some businesses are confused about what they can and cannot do with regard to their staff. At Gorvins Solicitors we believe that what businesses really want is clear information and guidance on managing existing laws, and help to prepare for change.
To contact our team for Employment & HR Training work call us on 0161 930 5117, e-mail email@example.com or fill in our online form and we will call you back.
Our highly experienced lawyers at Gorvins can deliver training courses to businesses on all employment issues, from understanding the tribunal procedure and managing staff exits to recruitment and changes to policies and procedures.
Our approach ensures you and your staff get access to the right information which is uniquely tailored to your business, industry and employees.
Unlike some law firms, we don’t just deliver a one size fits all training plan but instead work with you to understand your policies and procedures and build a training course that suitably fits the needs of your business and your staff.
Through in-house training sessions we can provide an essential guide to employment issues; aimed at managers and those staff with direct supervisory responsibilities. Our main aim is to equip them with the skills to confidently deal with key employment issues which may arise.
We want to help you and your employees get the basics of employment law and managing staff right. Our approach helps businesses understand key employment rights and by partnering with organisations such as CIPP, ACAS and other regulatory bodies we provide up to date and engaging training sessions for you and your staff.
If you are interested in understanding how Gorvins Solicitors can help you with your employment & HR training work call us on 0161 930 5117, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in our online form and we will call you back.
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