HR Breakfast Club
These workshops are intended for HR specialists, managers and directors who have in-house responsibility for HR issues. They offer an excellent opportunity to network with others from local businesses as well as getting some detailed guidance on some of the finer points of employment law.
We know that it isn’t always possible to attend our HR Breakfast Club workshops. Therefore, if there is a workshop below that you have missed out on, please let us know and we’d be happy to send over presentation slides and answer any questions you may have.
- Managing poor performance
- Managing social media
- Managing sickness absence
- Misconduct, Disciplinary and Dismissals
- Shared Parental Leave
- Settlement agreements
- Employment Tribunals
- Dismissals for Some Other Substantial Reason
- Gross misconduct
- Managing Stress and Depression in the Workplace
- Changing Terms and Conditions of Employment
- Social Media in the Workplace - risks and opportunities
- Employment status and the "gig economy"
- The GDPR
- Sexual harassment
- The importance of a work-life balance
- Disciplinary procedures
- Difficult employees
- Restrictive covenants
- Sickness absence and mental health
0115 985 3481
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What others say
“Very useful and thought provoking. Some interesting cases. Good information”
Karen Umpleby, Cambridge Meridian Academies Trust
“Very informative. Thought provoking and challenging.”
Jackie McCarter, Anglian Water
"Really good as always, lots of opportunity to join in. The hour went really quick. Like the discussions around the case studies."
Teresa Deo, Savills
"Excellent - very informative in the usual relaxed manner"
Linda Wilson-Leary, Premier Kitchens
"Informative and engaging"
Karl Lea, AHF Ltd
"Brilliant and so useful as always. Love these sessions and like the set up"
Jodie Law, Royal Mencap Society
"Excellent and relevant!"
Sue Turnbull, Cambridge Meridian Academy Trust