Employment Law Training services
Employment law is fast paced, and keeping up with changes to legislation and understanding what these mean for your organisation can be a challenge.
Our expert solicitors provide training on a wide range of employment, pensions and immigration law topics to help you stay up to date with the latest developments.
Our employment lawyers are recognised in the Chambers and Legal 500 directories for their expertise and, along with other members of the Pensions and Immigration teams, regularly present at legal conferences and external events.
Main Areas Of Practice
Many of our lawyers are recognised as leading practitioners with extensive experience in all areas of employment, pensions and immigration law.
Our expert employment lawyers utilise a range of training materials from case studies, PowerPoint presentations, role plays and quizzes to take an interactive approach to training, ensuring that we always highlight practical examples that are relevant to the audience.
Bespoke training courses
Our training services assist organisations in developing their HR teams and management through the provision of effective, bespoke training undertaken in an informative, interactive and practical way.
Recent training sessions
We cover a wide range of topics from conducting investigations to dealing with drug and alcohol issues in the workplace, managing grievances and disciplinaries, understanding equality and diversity, and managing poor performance. For information on upcoming courses visit BM Insights.
Employment Law Clubs and HR Forums
The Employment Law team provides regular employment law training sessions through our Employment Law Clubs and HR Forums.
Members of our Employment Law team also speak regularly at external events for organisations such as the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo).
Our team regularly presents to a variety of organisations ranging from large Plcs to not-for-profit organisations, charities, public sector organisations and family owned or owner managed businesses.
Our training sessions are delivered to organisations across a broad range of sectors and can be tailored to your exact requirements.
"A great update. Lots of new case law will help to advise clients."
- Principal Solicitor
"Employment case presentation was fascinating."
- In-House Lawyer
"All very interesting and learned a lot. Discussions around the table always a learning experience."
- Operational Manager
Whistleblowing training for line managers of a large Social Housing organisation, covering practical examples of protected disclosures, whistle-blower protection, and the legal risks to employers of not dealing with whistleblowing appropriately.
Training on managing mental health delivered to HR managers of a local Health Board, including identifying mental health concerns and its causes, proactively managing mental health issues and creating a more open culture in the workplace to encourage staff to discuss mental health.
Delivering annual training sessions to the CIPD with an update on employment law changes and case law developments in the last year, and looking forward to forthcoming developments in the next 12 months.
Awards And Accolades
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Employment law changes are on the horizon. On 8 November 2023, the Government published its response to the consultation paper Retained EU Employment Law which was published on 12 May...Read More
Keeping up to date with employment law and best practice is crucial for effective management and workforce planning. Lawyers and in-house lawyers have a key role in this regard, writes...Read More
In the wake of a series of recent high-profile cases involving sexual harassment in the workplace, the Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) Bill received Royal Assent on 26...Read More