33 training courses found
Course Overview: This interactive Employment Law Netherlands seminar covers all the need to know aspects that employers need to be aware of, including: hiring employees in the Netherlands; grievances, disciplinary issues and dismissals; dealing with discrimination; employment tribunals and courts; current trends and latest developments. Highlights include: Hear an overview of the domestic legal framework in Holland Understand and be better equipped to deal with HR issues in this jurisdiction Be able to advise colleagues on Dutch employment law and practice.
A thorough understanding of rights and responsibilities in collective matters is crucial for HR professionals - particularly in larger organisations, in both the public and private sectors. This programme covers EU and UK aspects and is ideal for practitioners seeking a comprehensive introduction to all major aspects of this area of law.
As employment law becomes more complex, and employees more willing to bring claims, employers are increasingly likely to be involved in employment tribunal cases. This extremely practical employment tribunals training course, packed with useful tips and techniques, will enable you to understand how tribunals operate, to deal with hearings confidently, to present cases effectively and to know when and how to settle.
According to the CIPD, the Business Partner model is the most commonly adopted HR service delivery model, with almost 50% of organisations employing business partners in their ranks. But operating as an HR business partner requires a vastly different array of skills compared to more transactional forms of HR service delivery.
Course Overview: If your organisation is, or is likely to, set up operations in France then you must ensure that you have an appreciation of key employment issues as well as reliable information on employment conditions, policies and procedures. Led by experts from top law firm Capstan, this interactive seminar provides an overview of the French employment law scene and highlights how employment law in France differs from other countries.
This Employment Law Belgium seminar provides key insights into the employment law framework in this important European market and centre of governance. Through a case study approach it equips participants with the skills and knowledge to operate successfully and effectively manage employees in Belgium.
Poor management of grievances, discipline and dismissal can be very costly in time, money and damage to employee relations. A thorough understanding of the legal environment, including how to apply the law correctly, is essential for good management.
This interactive seminar on US labor law, led by Adam Forman and Michael Mankes from top US law firm Littler Mendelson, provides a comprehensive overview of US employment law - delivered in a compelling style. With a multitude of federal and state laws governing the workplace in the US, managing employees based there offers many traps for the unwary.
Our introduction-level employment law training course, this one-day workshop offers the perfect opportunity to get to grips with the fundamentals of practical employment law quickly, covering the five most important areas of workplace employment law: The employment relationship Dealing with discrimination Parental rights Managing poor performance and absence Discipline, grievances and dismissal All managers, not just those in HR roles, need to have a solid understanding of the basics of employment law. This efficient course minimises time out of the office and provides crystal-clear guidance in an interactive format which focuses on applying the law the realities of day-to-day management.
This concise, one-day seminar provides a clear overview of EU employment law and will allow participants to identify the common aspects to which all HR policies and procedures must adhere, or which will affect cross-border activity such as restructures or mergers. Led by Chris Hull, an expert in both UK and European employment law, this seminar will also highlight the elements of legislation that tend to be interpreted in different ways between member states, allowing delegates to identify any potential areas of risk.
How do you avoid the legal pitfalls of changing employment contracts? This 1-day training course provides you with a sound understanding of contract law and its application in the workplace. It emphasises how to handle contract variations in line with changing business needs.
This one-day Transfer for Undertakings (TUPE) training covers all key issues relating to TUPE – the legal, business, strategic and people contexts. You will hear the latest case law explained, the impact of the 2006 regulations and understand the issues surrounding changing employee terms, information and consultation and contracting-out.
This Employment Law Germany seminar provides key insights into the employment law framework governing Germany. If you are, or are likely to be, responsible for staff in Germany you will need to get up to date on the legal framework in order to prevent costly mistakes for your business.
Successful organisations stay ahead of the change curve. They move beyond the purely reactive, they initiate lead and manage change in a confident, decisive and effective way.
This one-day training course provides comprehensive coverage of existing law and the latest developments relating to: Maternity Adoption Paternity Flexible working Outline of government reforms on parental leave The evolving nature of families and family rights in the workplace Whilst an employer has no obligation to agree to requests immediately, objections should only be made on business grounds. A clear understanding of this incresingly complex area of employment law is therefore vital to ensure that policies and procedures are up to date and effectively implemented.
If your organisation is setting up an office, or has existing operations, in Italy then you must ensure that you have an appreciation of key Italian employment laws as well as reliable information on employment conditions, policies and procedures. This Italian employment law seminar provides in depth insights into the employment law framework governing Italy and through a case study led approach equips participants with the skills and knowledge to operate for success in this country.
The benefits of working remotely in a virtual team are many - increased responsiveness to customers, improved access to global markets, cost efficiencies and enhanced employee engagement. The challenge of leading and managing a virtual team to deliver those benefits is a demanding one.
Employment Law Turkey will deal with the legislative framework and latest Turkish employment law developments. It will also address the practical aspects of managing a cross-cultural workforce, and provide you with an accurate understanding of critical Turkish employment issues to consider when setting up and maintaining operations.
Mature consumer markets, highly-skilled labour forces and strong infrastructure networks make the EU a place of great opportunity for organisations of all sizes and specialisations. The European Commission has formulated a number of employment laws to govern the ways in which organisations manage their workforces yet there are significant differences in how these laws are applied in each of the 28 member states.
This seminar will provide an overview of current Polish employment law – and you will hear practical management advice, guidance on anticipated problem areas and key insights into the regional cultural differences. More and more businesses are seizing growth opportunities and moving operations to Poland to stay ahead of their competition.