Employment law courses & training

From poor use of social media to overbearing management or inappropriate comments, employers know that the behaviour of their staff can land their organisation into unexpected legal difficulties. Yet how much is invested in staff time and training?

In-house training on the behaviours and expectations of your organisation including equality and the treatment of others is invaluable.   Pitched at the right level it builds staff confidence and minimises the risk of internal conflict.

Who benefits from Furley Page in-house employment law training?

Furley Page Employment Training is designed for staff at all levels and can be delivered as part of a leadership development programme, staff induction, or regular staff training. It is bespoke and easily adapted to your organisation.

Our courses are practical, relevant and interactive covering case studies from our daily practice, group exercises and discussions.

Designed for staff at all levels, including new starters and management, our popular employment law courses include:

  • Treatment of others – best practice
  • Promoting positive mental health in the workplace
  • Disciplinary and performance management
  • Effective investigations – from grievances to disciplinary

Many talented people are promoted on technical ability, but find staff management challenging and lack confidence in assertive management because the complexities of employment law put them off. Our courses are intended to dispel the myths, build confidence and knowledge.

We can meet and discuss your needs and design bespoke, tailor-made employment law courses to run over a half or full day.

Choose Furley Page for in-house employment law training?

  • Furley Page Employment Law team is made up of experienced trainers and lecturers, with two of our lawyers qualified as mediators.
  • We work closely with a number of sectors from construction, charities, SMEs, to the public sector and education.
  • Our work with employees and employers enables us to see matters from both sides of the coin; running a profitable business and improving relationships with staff.
  • Courses are cost-effective and will save your business time in staff training.
  • We have the benefit of first-hand experience in tribunal advocacy. Our training is designed to ensure businesses and staff, avoiding typical pitfalls that land them in tribunal.

To discuss your employment law training requirements contact Senior Associate, Amanda Okill on 01227 763939.

How can we help you

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Key Contacts

Andrew Masters

Partner & Head of Employment

Amanda Okill

Senior Associate