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Ward Hadaway’s Continuing Professional Development Programme

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Ward Hadaway Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Programme; a new programme of HR and employment law training designed for our clients and contacts.

In this programme spread over the year, we look at six key topics which people teams come across day in day out. We will then discuss recent innovations we are seeing, challenges posed by the changing face of the workplace, and recent case law updates.  You will have the opportunity to ask questions via the Q&A feature, or our teams will be on hand for drop-in sessions for attendees after each event.

We’ll start the CPD program in October 2021 and the following 6 sessions will run throughout the year:

  1. Recruitment, Contracts of employment and Handbook
  2. Managing capability: performance and sickness absence
  3. Grievances and Whistleblowing
  4. Discrimination and Family friendly rights
  5. Dealing with misconduct: investigations and disciplinary matters
  6. Employment Tribunal claims

These sessions are completely free and will take place by Zoom, so they will not disrupt your day. They are perfect for HR professionals and managers who have responsibility for managing people.

Click here to book the first session on Recruitment, Contracts of employment and Handbook, which will take place at 10am on 7th October.

We are hosting a session specifically for schools on 14th October at 10am. Click here to book.

We will also be providing separate sessions for those in the primary care sector so look out for more information coming soon.

We hope to see you there.

Please note that this briefing is designed to be informative, not advisory and represents our understanding of English law and practice as at the date indicated. We would always recommend that you should seek specific guidance on any particular legal issue.

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