HR In A Nutshell

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HR In A Nutshell

A very popular workshop that gives small businesses and those that are thinking about employing staff.

Whether a business employs one member of staff or 101 members of staff, employment law applies from day one. There are specific statutory requirements that all employers must have place. As owners of a business or those who have or will have responsibility for the employment of staff, you must adhere to the employment law.

This workshop will cover the following:

- What is Human Resources

- When it is relevant

- Why it matters

- Basic HR law

- What is changing in April

- 7 mistakes to avoid

- Where to start

Who is it for?

Business owners, line managers and those responsible for HR within a business. If your business is looking to employ its first member of staff, expand its team or you simply want to expand upon your knowledge, then this workshop is for you. No prior knowledge of employment law is required.

By the end of this workshop, you'll be able to:

- understand what Human Resources is

- apply HR within your business

- ensure the business is statutory compliant

- follow all aspects of best practice

HR In A Nutshell is being held at: Havering College of Further & Higher Education (Ardleigh Green Campus) 42 Ardleigh Green Road Hornchurch RM11 2LL

Starting at 9:00am until 12noon on 26th February 2020

Cost £55 + VAT per person

To book your space click on Contact above

About the Author

Having worked within HR Management for 19 years, in 2013 Kelly wanted to make better use of her skills and knowledge by adding value within the SME arena. Kelly believes that whilst people management and the resulting transactional tasks are an essential part of any business, they can be time consuming and unrewarding, so another passion of hers is to release this burden from smaller businesses and allow them to get on with their passion – their business!
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