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Employment Law Training
Employment law is often seen as a minefield for employers, especially with frequently changing legislation: it can be challenging. With some sound guidance based on years of experience, business leaders and managers can change what can be seen as a threat into an opportunity.
Ramsdens Employment team provide bespoke, on-site training for leaders, managers and HR professionals, equipping them with the skills to confidently deal with key employment issues. In doing so we will focus on your business goals and help align your people resource to those objectives.
Our specialist Employment team will tailor your training to suit the needs of your business. We will develop the programme with you, following an iterative process. Pre-event discussions are essential to ensure the programme will deliver against your objectives.
Our courses are practical and interactive and are delivered by experienced Employment lawyers and typically delivered to groups of 6 – 12 people. We can also assist your in house team develop a roll out programme to a wider audience if required.
If you are experiencing any employment related issues in your business or are looking to make changes, our Employment team can help.
The training delivered by Ramsdens was informative, practical and relevant, obtaining full engagement of the audience resulting in it being effective as information has been retained and used in practice."
The Employment Law Seminar was brilliant, it gave real life insights into HR issues that were easily relatable to issues we currently experience in our roles. You touched on some sensitive topics and gave confidence to tackle issues head on. I loved the informal approach, it was concise, to the point and incredibly well delivered. I hope myself and the team can utilise more of your Seminars in the future."
The seminars, although informative and friendly are very useful and backed up with examples. I like coming to the seminars, rather than coming away thinking why did I set up in business, I come away always learning a bit more and although may not be relevant at that moment in time , you never know for the future."