HR Hurdles – Recruitment, Retention and Reputation
From the moment you advertise for your ﬁrst member of staff, you have to comply with employment law. Problem is – how are you supposed to know what you have to do?
Who should attend HR Hurdles?
HR Hurdles has been designed for employers who don’t have their own HR Manager. Whether you own the business or deal with staff matters, whether you’ve been trading for years or are about to hire your first employee, HR Hurdles is the practical, easy way to learn the basics. We will show you four key areas of employment law and how to protect your business. HR Hurdles is taught in small groups. The principles we teach you could save your business £000’s for years to come.
What will HR Hurdles be like?
We use real case examples to illustrate the pitfalls to avoid. We explain each area carefully and refuse to baffle you with jargon. We’ll happily answer your questions throughout – it’s the simple, informal way to learn about your responsibilities. Don’t just take our word for it though – read what previous attendees have had to say about the course. Load more
What does HR Hurdles cover?
We will look at the employment documents you need, avoiding illegal working in the UK, discrimination and disciplinary handling. Seems impossible but we pack all this into just a morning. We’ll also make sure you leave with practical guidance on how to put things into place when you get back to work.
Please contact us to register your interest in attending the next HR Hurdles course. Alternatively, we are happy to bring HR Hurdles to you. Please contact Parallel HR to ask about in-house training.
"Debbie definitely knows HR. However she doesn't just advise 'by the book'. She is down to earth, realistic and adapts her advice to your situation. She is easy to get hold of and always returns calls or emails. She also knows the hospitality industry. Having previously used a large organisation (for another business), and having been locked in for several years, I find Debbie's intelligent and flexible approach a breath of fresh air."