Our training will help ensure your senior management and HR
team apply employment law correctly.

Employment Law

Understanding employment law issues and the correct way to deal with them is essential for ensuring your business is legally compliant.

With many potential issues to face, keeping your senior management and HR team informed and up to date can be very involved and time-consuming.

Our professional, dedicated employment lawyers can provide comprehensive training tailored to your business needs, either at your offices or at a suitable venue. 

Our training sessions are interactive and informative. We use case studies and examples to illustrate points and involve all attendees in practical discussions. Experience has shown these methods provide training that is memorable and effective.

After the training, you will have the reassurance that your senior management and HR staff understand and are up to date with the key employment law issues and would be confident in successfully implementing your policies and procedures. Our training will give individuals the knowledge they need to prevent issues arising or provide them with solutions to manage and solve issues that have already occurred.

To speak to one of our experts, call 0113 418 2055 or request a call back at a time convenient for you. You can also drop us an email at hello@rinewlegal.co.uk.

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