Courses take place in May, June and November
The employment team at Fox Williams has launched this year’s HRLaw training programme with three new virtual training webinars. They cover topical, current issues that are relevant to business today.
How to protect reputations and confidential information when an employee leaves an organisation is the topic of the first training course in May. This will be particularly useful for HR professionals and managers who are involved with corporate restructuring and terminating individuals’ employment. In June, forum theatre actors will join to explore harassment at work including third party harassment, for example by a client or supplier, the difference between bullying and harassment and how an organisation should respond effectively. The final course takes place in November and explores what organisations can do to create a ‘speak up’ culture, including dealing with problems relating to blowing the whistle at work, legal compliance and the implications for policy writing.
Each virtual course is designed for business managers, directors, HR professionals and in-house legal teams. Delegates have an opportunity to test and develop their practical employment law knowledge and skills as well as benchmark their approach with other organisations taking part. The webinars offer a highly interactive way of engaging with the subject matter, as well as materials and learning points to take away and use immediately.
Fox Williams’ HRLaw training is delivered by expert trainer and lawyer Selwyn Blyth, who trained and practised as an employment lawyer. Selwyn now specialises in training HR teams and managers in dealing effectively with workplace issues and has worked with the firm to deliver this training programme for several years.
Partner and head of the employment team, Joanna Chatterton, said: “We welcome a range of delegates to our virtual HRLaw training courses. The format encourages discussion and pooling ideas between peers, and delegates have shared with us how much these courses help them with the sometimes tricky HR and policy issues that arise.”
HRLaw training – further information
- 18 May: Termination of employment: protecting reputations and confidential information
- 17 June: Third party harassment: what is this and how to respond effectively
- 9 November: Fostering a speak up culture: whistleblowing, compliance and beyond
Value for money
The price per delegate for each half-day session is £75.00 plus VAT. Reserve one place at two courses for £140 plus VAT or all three courses for £200.00 plus VAT.
For further information or to book a place, please click here