As an experienced HR and Employment Law firm we see first-hand how good quality training improves employee relations and morale as well as productivity.
Our training is very well received by attendees and is delivered by lawyers and HR advisors, with combined knowledge and expertise, in a practical way which works for your business.
We offer bespoke in-house training tailored to your workforce.
Showing ownership and visibility around HR and Employment Law is of vast importance to ensure compliance and protect yourself from potential claims at an Employment Tribunal.
The courses focus on the question of what needs to change and what needs to be done to achieve the desired outcome within your organisation.
HR Best Practice
- How to safely recruit and induct employees
- How to conduct workplace investigations
- How to deal with an underperforming employee
- How to effectively manage sickness absence
- Disciplinary procedures
- Grievance procedures
- Absence management procedures
- Performance management
- Handling difficult conversations
- HR for the Non-HR Manager
Upcoming Training Workshops 2020
Brought to you by niche employment law specialists, Bhayani HR & Employment Law and Shorts Chartered Accountants, this network offers you the opportunity to gain valuable advice and information from employment and HR professionals in a relaxed round table format, as well as a chance to share experiences with your peers in various industry sectors.
Programme of events 2020
- 19 Feb – Safe Recruitment & Reward Packages, click here to book your tickets.
- 30 Apr – Employment Law & Budget Update 2020, click here to book your tickets.
- 15 Sept – Settlement Agreements & Termination Payments, click here to book your tickets.
- 25 Nov – Employment Status, click here to book your tickets.
Enterprising Barnsley, in partnership with Bhayani HR & Employment Law and Harris & Co, invites you to join us at this FULLY FUNDED business seminar on Thursday 6th February 2020 at 11:30am – 2.00pm at The Digital Media Centre.
This event will cover:
- What constitutes a “worker.”
- Practical case studies and a look at recent headline hitting caselaw.
- IR35 new rules from 5th April 2020.
- How to determine the status of off-payroll workers.
To find out more and to book your tickets click here.
These are just a few of our recent training sessions but if you have a specific need for a course then please don’t hesitate to enquire.
We like to tailor all our training sessions to meet the needs of the organisation, so we would go through your specific requirements and develop a course to meet those requirements.
How is the training given?
All our training courses are given by experienced professionals who have first-hand experience of both bringing and defending claims in the Employment Tribunal.
We offer a range of methods to help participants develop both skills and knowledge. These include direct formal input, small and large group discussions and exercises and case study material.
Who should attend the courses?
We recommend that all employees who are in a managerial role receive training on all aspects of HR and Employment Law so that they have a clear understanding of how to manage their staff effectively
At the very least, all directors, HR managers and trustees should undergo training to enable them to filter any information down to their teams.
We are happy to come to you to undertake training at a time and place which suits you and your team. We can also have the training here at our office if you would prefer to do the training off site.
“Excellent. Very informative session”
“I found the session very useful. We are currently a small organisation but as we continue to grow it will be useful to gain a better understanding of Employment Law”
“Great session, nice pace, very informative”
“A great session which will help me to run diagnostics on where the company is at the moment and what we need to do to improve ourselves”
“Thoroughly enjoyed the session – made loads of notes, lots to think about and do”
“Brilliant session – informative!”
“Very useful session. Brought things to my attention that I had not considered before”
“Interesting and enjoyable – highly relevant”