Our recorded HR and employment webinars are full of practical human resources tips to help employers manage common workplace situations in a cost and time-effective way.

Recorded Live Webinars

Our recorded employment webinars provide practical training solutions for busy managers and HR professionals.

Recorded webinars are an extremely useful tool with many benefits.

  • You can receive training without having to leave the workplace, cutting travel time and costs, but getting focussed training.
  • If you’re not able to attend on the day of the live webinar, the recording is available for you to view and listen to at a more convenient time and a date.
  • Recorded webinars are useful for group training and you can use the recorded webinar on multiple occasions.
  • Having a recorded webinar means you can go back over material as many times as you want to ensure you have fully grasped the meaning and content.
  • Recorded webinars can also be used as a self-paced learning tool.

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Recorded live webinar: Contracts of Employment Webinar – November 2016

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Recorded live webinar: Contracts of Employment Webinar – November 2016

Recorded live webinar: Contracts of Employment – November 2016 The contract of employment is a foundation of the workplace arrangements. It is not only vitally important to have robust up-to-date terms from a management point of view; it is also a legal requirement. A failure to issue terms to an employee starting with a new employer within eight weeks is a breach of the law and you could face a claim for compensation. The contract sets out key standards for both employer and employee.

Recorded in November 2016, this webinar covers the key aspects of contracts of employment and includes the following:

  • What is a contract of employment? • What documents for part of the contract?
  • What do you have to include (and what is it wise to include or exclude)?
  • Terms of employment
  • Variation of contract

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Recorded live webinar: Creative Recruitment – December 2016

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Recorded live webinar: Creative Recruitment – December 2016

The dearth of good candidates is inhibiting business growth. In a very noisy age, your recruitment processes need to stand out (for the right reasons!) to attract the interest of good people. So as well as ensuring that you are acting lawfully during your recruitment campaigns, you also need to think creatively to attract the right people for your business.

Recorded in December 2016, this webinar covers the key aspects of creative recruitment and includes the following:

    • Why do we need to ramp up our recruitment processes?
    • Don’t recruit a problem
    • Finding the right people
    • Attracting talent
    • A different approach
    • Creating a talent pipeline

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Recorded live webinar: Dealing with Sickness Absence

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Recorded live webinar: Dealing with Sickness Absence

Sickness happens; but there is a distinction to be made between knowing that there will be some sickness and managing unacceptable levels of absence.

Responses to absence must be proportionate and any actions you take must always be fair and reasonable. Inappropriate or discriminatory actions can lead to expensive legal settlements.

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Recorded live webinar: Dealing with grievances – May 2016

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Recorded live webinar: Dealing with grievances – May 2016

There is a legal right to raise a grievance and they come in all sorts of guises. Regrettably, there are a small but significant number of nuisance grievances and you can waste an awful lot of time dealing with them. This webinar provides an insight into dealing effectively with grievances using both informal and formal techniques.

Grievances aren’t always easy to deal with. Recorded in May 2016, this webinar covers the key aspects of how to deal with grievances and includes the following:

  • What is a grievance
  • Dealing with grievances informally
  • The formal process
  • Grievance outcome – communicating the outcome of the grievance effectively, including the right of appeal
  • Grievance as whistleblowing
  • Dealing robustly with nuisance grievances or raised in retaliation for discipline discussions

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Recorded live webinar: Disability in the workplace – September 2016

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Recorded live webinar: Disability in the workplace – September 2016

The Equality Act 2010 places a duty on employers not to discriminate against or harass disabled workers. This duty starts at the recruitment stage, runs through the entire employed relationship and continues even after the employee has left.

If an employee could do the role but for his disability or becomes disabled while working for you, you have to consider making reasonable adjustments.

Recorded in September 2016, this webinar covers the key aspects of disability in the workplace and includes the following:

  • What is a disability?
  • Inclusions and exceptions
  • Making reasonable adjustments
  • Medical advice
  • Capability dismissal

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Recorded live webinar: Emergency Leave for Dependants - March 2016

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Recorded live webinar: Emergency Leave for Dependants - March 2016

Regardless of their length of service all employees have the right to take a reasonable amount of unpaid time off work without notice to deal with unforeseen circumstances affecting their dependants.

It’s not always an easy area to manage. Recorded in March 2016, this webinar covers the key aspects of time off for dependants and includes the following:

  • What is a dependant?
  • What circumstances are covered?
  • How much time is “reasonable” time off?
  • The process for requesting time off
  • What if the employee is taking emergency time off on a regular basis?

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Recorded live webinar: Employment Law Update Recorded January 2017

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Recorded live webinar: Employment Law Update Recorded January 2017

Our HR update included a review of the following:

  • Trade Union Act 2016
  • Immigration Act 2016
  • Taxation of termination and PILON payments
  • The Trade Union Bill
  • Salary sacrifice schemes
  • Apprenticeship levy
  • Gender pay reporting
  • Some interesting cases

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Recorded live webinar: Flexible Working Recorded February 2017

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Recorded live webinar: Flexible Working Recorded February 2017

Demands for life-work balance have become standard in the modern workplace. While many employees say that they wouldn’t consider working for an employer which wasn’t flexible in its approach, it’s not always an easy area to manage. Recorded in February 2017, this webinar covers the key aspects of flexible working and includes the following:

  • The difference between an informal request and a statutory request
  • Different types of flexible working
  • Who qualifies?
  • What’s the process if a request is made?
  • Can a request to work flexibly be refused?
  • Handling clashes in rights

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Recorded live webinar: Holiday Queries – June 2016

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Recorded live webinar: Holiday Queries – June 2016

It’s holiday time again. Along with sun, sea and lovely light evenings there will be a crop of holiday questions. Holiday is one of the most prized employment benefits and one of the most litigated areas. In this webinar we discuss some of the most frequently raised questions.

  • What are the main holiday rights
  • Booking/ refusing time off
  • Sickness and holiday
  • Is giving more time off to long servers discriminatory
  • Holiday pay
  • Pregnancy and holiday
  • Bank holidays

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Recorded live webinar: How to Recruit Effectively

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Recorded live webinar: How to Recruit Effectively

People are vital to the success of any organisation. It has been shown repeatedly that poor recruitment practices result in high labour turnover and absenteeism, with a consequent increase in costs. If the right people are recruited in the first place, they are likely to stay, fit into your organisation and work to optimum effect. You need to ensure compliance, good practice and rigorous data collection to ensure you recruit someone who can carry out the role competently.

Recorded in January 2013, these four webinars discuss the key aspects of recruitment and include hints and tips to ensure you’re not caught out by bounty hunters, nor waste your time and money appointing an unsuitable person.

There is no absolute guarantee of success, but all the evidence suggests that a disciplined and systematic approach to the recruitment will achieve better results. Key elements of an effective recruitment process include:

  • Confirming the need for the role and drawing up a person and job specification
  • Identifying the most appropriate search, advertising and selection procedure
  • Planning the recruitment process, interviewers and timescales
  • Requesting information on experience, qualifications and references
  • Making informed decisions based upon careful evaluation of the information gathered.

These webinars will help you to recruit effectively, avoiding the common pitfalls. Delegates are taken through the legal requirements applicable during the recruitment process as well as best practice and some useful hints and tips to help you recruit the right person for the job, saving you time, money and effort.

Session 1

  • Legal framework - 1 - Discrimination

Session 2

  • Legal framework – 2
  • Data Protection Act
  • Rehabilitation of Offenders
  • CRB
  • Eligibility to work in the UK

Session 3

  • Job descriptions and person specifications
  • Advertising
  • Shortlisting

Session 4

  • Interviews
  • Testing
  • After the interview

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Note:

  1. These webinars are recorded in Windows Media format and are not compatible with a Mac environment.
  2. You may need additional speakers to hear the recordings if played on a PC.

 

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Recorded live webinar: Legal Aspects of Recruitment - April 2016

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Recorded live webinar: Legal Aspects of Recruitment - April 2016

As well as sourcing and attracting the right candidates for a vacancy, you have to ensure that you advertise, collect and process data in a lawful way. There are many bounty hunters looking for unwary recruiters. Join this webinar to make sure you get the legal aspects of recruitment right.

Recruitment isn’t always a simple thing to manage correctly and legally. Recorded in April 2016, this webinar covers the key legal aspects of recruitment and includes the following:

  • Relevant legislation
  • Job descriptions and person specifications
  • Advertising and data collection
  • Interviewing
  • Testing
  • Offers, regrets and references
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Recorded live webinar: Managing Poor Work Performance – July 2016

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Recorded live webinar: Managing Poor Work Performance – July 2016

Do all your employees meet all of your management standards most of the time? If the answer’s “no”, then there’s work to do or your business will simply go on leaking money. Poor work performance is a far more common complaint than misconduct. It’s less well addressed too, for all sorts of reasons.

An ability to identity and tackle poor work performance in an effective timely fashion is an essential management skill. Failure is costly.

We’ll be covering:

  • Legal framework
  • How do I know when there is a poor performance problem?
  • Preventing problems
  • Identifying problems
  • Handling poor performance informally
  • Handling poor performance formally

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Recorded live webinar: Tackling Redundancy – August 2016

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Recorded live webinar: Tackling Redundancy – August 2016

In good economic times and in bad, redundancies are always on the agenda. Sometimes it’s a need to reshape an organisation so that it is fit for the challenges it faces. Sometimes it’s a need to cut costs. But a redundancy is a dismissal, so you need to carry out fair and appropriate selection processes, follow the correct procedure and include an appeal if employment is terminated by reason of redundancy. A failure to do so may well result in a finding of unfair dismissal if the redundancy is challenged.

Recorded in August 2016, this webinar covers the key aspects of tackling redundancy and includes the following:

  • Planning and announcing redundancies
  • Selection pools
  • Consultation
  • Going through the process step-by-step
  • Redundancy pay
  • Protected conversations and agreements

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Recorded live webinar: Workplace Investigations – October 2016

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Recorded live webinar: Workplace Investigations – October 2016

When something goes wrong, employers are required to carry out an investigation to determine whether there is a case to answer and whether it should be explored through the formal discipline route. If your investigation is poor or incomplete, any subsequent disciplinary action is also likely to be wrong.

Recorded in October 2016, this webinar covers the key aspects of workplace investigations and includes the following:

  • Purpose of investigations
  • ACAS Code
  • Burden of proof
  • Planning the process
  • Collecting evidence
  • Witnesses

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