We're highly qualified & experienced HR trainers
Our HR & employment law courses are designed and delivered by Sarah Loates, founder of 5-star rated HR consultancy LoatesHR, and a practising senior HR consultant with over 20 years of experience across a wide range of company types and industry sectors. Sarah's considerable personal hands-on HR expertise allows her to adopt a practical and business-focussed approach within her training. As a result, she is able to bring theory to life with numerous interesting real-world examples, and show you the best ways to effectively deal with the types of tricky HR and employment law issues that you're actually likely to face in practice. And since Sarah is a current CIPD trainer, and has also taught at several local universities, she knows how to deliver engaging courses that fully involve participants through practical exercises, case studies, and Q&A sessions. No ‘death by PowerPoint’ here.
To supplement the HR & employment law training that we ourselves provide, we also have a network of trusted training partners who can deliver courses in a number of related areas.
Upcoming HR training events
Many situations in the workplace can give rise to an investigation. The investigating manager’s role is vital not only to decide if formal action may be appropriate but also a poor investigation can leave employers vulnerable to a claim for unfair dismissal.
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Managing change is one of the key HR headaches for owners and managers. This bitesize session will support you to know why, when, what, and how change occurs. Understand different change models and how to support employees through the change curve.
This highly practical course covers many aspects of absence and deals with some of the more complex scenarios and how to manage dismissals fairly on the grounds of capability.
This course will guide you on how to deal with bullying and harassment in the workplace, and the role of grievance procedures in resolving workplace disputes.
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This highly practical taster provides insights into dealing with employees who disappear, and explains how to hold effective return to work interviews.
Dismissing an employee strikes dread into most employer’s hearts. Easy to get wrong, with unpleasant consequences and lengthy litigation if the employee makes a claim for unfair dismissal.
FREE HR TRAINING!
- FREE: Managing Change Without the Upset Friday 29th March, 2019
- FREE: Reducing Absence in the Workplace Wednesday 10th April, 2019
- FREE: Getting HR Right from Day One Thursday 2nd May, 2019
- FREE: HR & Leadership Essentials Thursday 9th May, 2019
- FREE: Performance Management Wednesday 5th June, 2019
- FREE: Dealing with Difficult Conversations Friday 12th July, 2019
- FREE: Managing Change Without the Upset Friday 27th September, 2019
- Time Out: Gill Phillips, Senior HR consultant at LoatesHR
- Year-long internship win for Kira and Laura
- How Secret Santa can get you sacked
- Students gain ‘Loates’ of experience
- Commuting time should be counted as part of the working day?
- Car Chats Podcast: East Midlands Chamber Summer Celebration
- The Inevitable End of Zero Hour Contracts?
- The misconceptions of HR: A women dominated role
- More about the 12.07% holiday accrual rate
- All about the 12.07% holiday accrual rate
- HR News & Views • Re: Intuition in recruitment still relevant? Wednesday 20th March, 2019 DrK
- HR News & Views • Intuition in recruitment still relevant? Wednesday 20th March, 2019 Eloise63
- HR Students • Re: CIPD qualifications Monday 18th March, 2019 Kitty
- HR Students • Starting out in HR Monday 18th March, 2019 Eloise63
- HR Students • Re: CIPD qualifications Tuesday 12th March, 2019 DrK