For busy HR and L&D Managers we have developed our essential employment training packs. They’re the most complete and easy to use human resources trainer packs we’ve ever seen.

Trainer Training

Do you deliver HR and employment law training?

Our Essential Tool Kits for Trainers have all been designed to make your life easier.

Each toolkit contains:

  • a complete set of PowerPoint slides, trainer’s notes, hints and tips, case studies and exercises, which can be branded by you;
  • admin templates, joining instructions, attendance records, feedback forms and attendance certificates
  • Our unique Training Hotline will help you with any question you may have.

This employment law training tool kit is great value and can be used again and again.

Brilliant for managers, human resources professionals and consultants, trainers and L&D specialists.

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Carrying Out Effective Performance Reviews

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Carrying Out Effective Performance Reviews

How do you make performance appraisals really effective?

Done well, performance reviews (also known as performance appraisals) have real value for organisations and their employees. HR professionals agree they’re important, but managers often dread carrying out appraisals and it becomes a pointless paper-pushing exercise.

Our clients ask:

  • How do I carry out performance appraisals?
  • How do I collect data for performance appraisals?
  • What can I do to engage employees and involve them in the appraisal process?
  • How do I deal with employees who are not performing well?

This tool kit enables you to take managers who will hear appeals through the performance appraisal process and answer these questions and many more.

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Dealing with Appeals

£137.00

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Dealing with Appeals

Employment law is challenging for managers and human resources professionals alike!

The ACAS Code provides for a right of appeal to be given to an employee who has been taken through the formal discipline process or who has raised a formal grievance.

Our clients ask:

  • What’s the process for hearing an appeal against a disciplinary sanction?
  • When do I carry out a review and when a re-hearing?
  • How do I correct procedural deficiencies?
  • What do I do if new evidence comes to light on appeal?
  • What happens if the employee exhausts the disciplinary appeal process and then raises a grievance?
  • What are the employee’s employment rights?

This tool kit enables you to take managers who will hear appeals through the procedural maze and answer these questions and many more.

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Dignity at Work

£137.00

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Dignity at Work

Do you know the difference between “harassment” and “bullying”?

Protection against harassment is covered by statutory legislation. While there is no statutory definition of bullying it has many similarities with harassment. Managers and HR regularly have to manage dignity at work processes?

Bullying and harassment are unacceptable. They can be destructive to the victim and the organisation. This course enables you to explain the legal framework, and helps delegates understand what is meant by bullying and harassment (and what is not) and tackle inappropriate workplace language and behaviour effectively.

Our clients ask:

  • What is meant by harassment and bullying?
  • How do I deal with difficult employees?
  • How do I ensure employment rights for all parties are properly observed?
  • What can go wrong?

This tool kit enables you to take managers and HR professionals who have to deal with complaints of bullying and harassment through the procedural maze and answer these questions and many more.

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Handling Grievances at Work

£137.00

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Handling Grievances at Work

All HR professionals and managers must be able to deal with grievances.

In recent years there’s been a significant increase in the number of grievances being raised. Many are raised in good faith, but some are not and are used as delaying tactics and as retaliatory measures. With so many employment rights in place, many managers feel powerless to address such grievances.

Our clients ask:

  • What is a grievance?
  • When is a grievance not a grievance?
  • How do you deal with difficult employees?
  • What do you do if a grievance is raised in response to disciplinary action?

This tool kit enables you to take managers through the correct process for handling informal and formal workplace grievances, as well as and dealing with those who are using the grievance process inappropriately.

To answer these questions and many more click the buy now button.

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How to Carry Out a Workplace Investigation

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How to Carry Out a Workplace Investigation

All HR professionals and managers must be able to carry out workplace investigations.

The weakest link in most organisation’s discipline or grievance procedure is the investigation. The purpose of an investigation is simply to collect the facts.

Our clients ask:

  • What is a workplace investigation?
  • When do I have to carry out an investigation?
  • Who should carry out the investigation?
  • How do I carry out an investigation?
  • What if the problem only emerges months later?
  • What are the employment rights of employees?

While a really rigorous investigation is essential to a well-conducted process, many managers simply skate over the surface and either do not collect the relevant data or fail to take a sufficiently robust approach to data collection. An inadequate investigation can cast the final outcome into doubt.

This tool kit enables you to help delegates understand and apply investigation techniques and increase the depth and quality of your organisation’s investigation process.

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Managing Short Term Absence

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Managing Short Term Absence

All HR professionals and managers must be able to manage sickness absence.

With sickness costing UK business £7 billion a year, no manager can afford to let absence escalate unchecked.

Our clients ask:

  • What’s a trigger point?
  • How do I run an effective return-to-work meeting?
  • When do I hold a welfare meeting?
  • When can I restrict payment to statutory sick pay?
  • What do I do if I have difficult employees who challenge me?

This tool kit allows you to deliver absence management training to give your managers the skills to identify and handle problems fairly and within the law, including how to manage the all-important return to work meeting effectively, agree trigger points and tackle persistent short-term absences.

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Managing the Disciplinary Process

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Managing the Disciplinary Process

All HR professionals and managers must be able to manage the disciplinary process.

Dealing with difficult employees is part and parcel of today’s workplace. Managers are expected to meet their targets by ensuring that their team delivers against all its own targets. If some team members do not do so, the manager needs to provide correction and guidance.

Our clients ask:

  • How many informal chats should I do?
  • Can I keep a record of an informal discussion?
  • When should I make matters formal?
  • When can the employee have a companion?
  • What rights does the companion have?
  • How do I make a decision about the level of sanction?
  • What is mitigation?

This tool kit enables you to take managers who will manage the discipline process through the procedural maze and answer these questions and many more.

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Recruitment Interviewing

£137.00

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Recruitment Interviewing

All HR professionals and managers must understand recruitment.

One of the most important human resources tasks is hiring prospective employees. Whether a line manager or HR professional, it’s your job to make sure that you have the right people to drive the business forward.

Our clients ask:

  • How do I recruit the right person?
  • How do I ensure my recruitment processes are robust?
  • How do I make sure I don’t discriminate in the selection processes?
  • Can I use testing?
  • How can I screen applicants efficiently?

This tool kit enables you to help managers who recruit new staff. Click the buy now button to select the best new recruits and raise your organisation’s game today.

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Tackling Poor Work Performance

£137.00

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Tackling Poor Work Performance

All HR professionals and managers must be able to identify and manage poor work perforrnance.

Dealing with difficult employees is part and parcel of today’s workplace. Do all of your employees meet all of your reasonable workplace standards nearly all the time? No? You are not alone. Many managers don’t even recognise that there is a problem!

Our clients ask

  • How do I recognise poor work performance?
  • How many times should I raise it informally?
  • What is a performance improvement plan (PIP)?
  • When should I make matters formal?
  • When can the employee have a companion?

Poor work performance is one of the most serious workplace problems, costing businesses millions of pounds every year. This tool kit enables you to help managers identify and tackle under-performance lawfully, fairly and effectively and to reduce the risk of allowing poor performance to take root in the future.

This tool kit enables you to take managers who will manage under-performing employees through the procedural maze and answer these questions and many more.

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