Remote working: how can you manage performance?
12 August, Thursday | 10am – 11am
Covid-19 has shown us that working from home can work, at least from a technical perspective, but what about how it works with employee performance? In this webinar, we consider how remote working may impact on employee performance and how employers can approach managing. Join us for this webinar as we discuss this interesting topic.
Flexible and hybrid working – the business case for introducing
16 September, Thursday | 10am – 11am
So much has changed over the last year, particularly with how employers have had to quickly adapt to new working arrangements. Yet what might have been seen to be a huge challenge at the time, has in fact, brought new opportunities. With businesses now focusing on rebuilding and looking to the future we discuss in this webinar the business case for introducing a more flexible and hybrid working organisational culture.
Family Friendly – an insight into all the family friendly options
14 October, Thursday | 10am – 11am
Employees have several employment rights when it comes to taking periods of leave due to family reasons. This area of employment law can appear complex and daunting for managers for a fear of mishandling. In this webinar, we look at all the family friendly entitlements available to employees giving you the confidence in knowing what you can do in supporting your employee needing time away from the workplace; a time when their family need it.
Managing the menopause in the workplace
11 November, Thursday | 10am – 11am
In this webinar, we look at how organisations can support the health and wellbeing of employees undergoing the menopause. This subject can be seen as a taboo, but it should not be. It is not a one-off event taking place over a short period, but a stage of a person’s life that can occur over many years. The aim of this webinar is to promote awareness, talk about how it can impact work and offer tips and guidance on what you can do to support.
How has recruitment changed?
9 December, Thursday | 10am – 11am
Recruitment in 2021 is not like recruitment of 2020. A lot has changed in how we engage with applicants, select and onboard. In this webinar, we will explore how recruitment has changed because of Brexit, COVID-19 and generally in the way in which organisations have new and adapted working practices
Upcoming Training Courses
HR Solutions and HSE Solutions, our health and safety division, offer a variety of online, in-person and CPD accredited courses, as well as training courses that can be customised to suit your organisation. Upcoming courses include:
Management Development Training
- Communication Skills – 16 September, Thursday | 9:30am – 1.00pm
- Managing Difficult Conversations – 23 September, Thursday | 9:30am – 1.00pm
- Managing Poor Performers at Work – 30 September, Thursday | 9:30am – 1.00pm
- Effective Appraisal Skills – 19 October, Tuesday | 9:30am – 1.00pm
- Employment Law for Line Managers – 21 October, Thursday | 9:30am – 1.00pm
- Equality, Inclusion & Diversity – 25 November, Thursday | 9:30am – 1.00pm
- Disciplinary & Grievance – 1 December, Wednesday | 9:30am – 1.00pm
Health & Safety Training
- Safeguarding – 8 September, Wednesday | 10am – 4.30pm
- First Aid for Mental Health – 20 September, Monday | 10am – 4.30pm
- Emergency First Aid at Work – 27 September, Monday | 10am – 4.30pm
- Health & Safety at Work – 4 October, Monday | 10am – 4.30pm
- Fire Safety, Fire Marshal – 11 October, Monday | 10am – 4.30pm
Get free HR advice at the press of a button! Did you miss the latest webinar, or did you attend and would like to watch it again? For your convenience, our webinars are recorded, so you can watch them on demand via our webinar library. Following are some of our most recently recorded webinars.
What are protected or ‘without prejudice’ conversations?
You will have heard the phrases ‘protected conversation’ or ‘without prejudice conversation’, you may even have some experience of holding them in your business, but what exactly are they and when will it be right? This webinar explores the difference between the two and considers why you may want to use them and when.
How serious allegations can be handled safely
Serious allegations in the workplace can arise at any time; whether it is claims of bullying, serious breaches of health and safety rules or a breach in trust and confidence. The ramifications are significant – how do you manage the employment relationship when it arises? What processes do you use and how to address it? How do you address the issue with as little risk as possible? In this webinar, we will look at the options available to employers for addressing very serious workplace allegations.
Why you need to train all staff in diversity and inclusion!
If you have an Equal Opportunities policy and provide some training to staff, then you may think that you are protected against any discrimination claims, but are you? This webinar highlights some interesting case law and the importance of effective training. In this session we explore why having a diversity or equal opportunities policy is not enough and the risks of not training your staff.
Coronavirus: Returning to work after lockdown
Recorded 20 May 2021
The Government have published its roadmap on how it sees the UK lifting the restrictions that have become familiar to us for so many months. Join Victoria Templeton, HR Knowledge Manager, and Dom Greenwood, Senior Health & Safety Manager in this webinar as they focus on what you can do from a health and safety perspective to prepare for re-opening, and how to support and manage your people back in the workplace.
HR and Health & Safety
You can watch more of our other recently recorded HR and health & safety webinars which are listed further below.
- How to Deal With Bullying and Harassment
- The New Threat to Company Culture Post Covid
- Employing People: 10 Things You Need to Get Right
- Data and GDPR: Compliance and Implications after Brexit
- Health & Safety at Work: General Fire Safety
- Absence Management: How to Deal with Mental Health Absences
- Health & Safety at Work: Mental Health Awareness
7 Key Successes
Interactive Accelerator Program (IAP)
You can now watch the webinar recordings on demand for this series of business support webinars which are part of the Interactive Accelerator Program (IAP). The IAP Program and its co-founder, Joe Sword, will guide you through how to achieve a positive attitude in both business and in life, whilst analysing ways to maximise your profit, potential and credentials. There are seven key successes in this webinar series, which include:
- Vision and Goals
- Sales and Marketing
- Systems and Processes
- Team and Culture.
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