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11 June 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

Businesses are being given the tools to prevent potentially costly legal claims and ensure a happy workforce due to a new range of training courses being offered by legal experts at Spratt Endicott Solicitors.

Having consulted with a number of businesses, the company has devised a range of employment training courses targeted at managers and staff to help resolve common mistakes at the earliest stages, relieving unnecessary pressures on HR departments.

Spratt Endicott argues that by dealing with issues ‘properly and proactively’, organisations can save money, attract and retain good employees and gain competitive advantage.

Led by employment partners Carol Shaw and Philomena Price, the range of topics include equality and diversity, dealing with absence in the workplace, managing performance, data protection and compliance. Each course is bespoke and tailored towards the specific needs of the client. The courses are delivered at the client’s premises and large numbers of staff can be trained in one session.

“Regular and up to date training avoids claims, saves money, motivates employees and ensures your business is a success,” stated Carol Shaw.

For more information, e-mail: mailto:enquiries@se-law.co.uk

Picture: Bespoke employment training courses for management and staff are being offered by Spratt Endicott Solicitors.

 

Article written by Mike Gannon | Published 11 June 2015

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