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*FREE* Managing Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace
Friday 3rd April, 08:30 - 11:00Free
Today's bite-size event explores:
Learn how to…
- Effectively manage complaints of bullying and harassment informally and formally
- Manage emotions in cases of bullying and harassment
- Handle the process when an allegation of bullying or harassment is made
- The difference between bullying and harassment
- The legal position and the employer’s duty of care
- What constitutes inappropriate workplace behaviours
This event will cover covering underlying theory and practical application, each presented by a training specialist in that area.
|08:30||Networking & refreshments|
|09:00||Sarah Loates discusses common workplace scenarios|
|Parking||Free on-site and on-street parking|
|Refreshments||Free hot drinks and breakfast cobs provided|
If you found the topics covered in this bite-size taster session to be of interest and would like to explore them in more depth, then our trainers would be happy to arrange full-day courses to meet your requirements.
Sarah is the founder and lead trainer of Loates HR Training, which provides practical HR & employment law courses for business owners and managers. She is also is the founder of 5-star rated HR consultancy Loates HR Consultancy, 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.