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HR Essentials Training

March 7, 2023 at 10:00 AM- March 8, 2023 at 4:00 PM


Understanding and being able to carry out HR responsibilities and duties is a challenge to most line managers. The obligations are vast and ever changing, driven by the desire to lead employees effectively, the need to respond to changes in legislation properly and to manage core employee relation matters consistently. With the abolition of tribunal fees, employment claims have risen significantly, and an understanding of employment law and HR processes is essential for all businesses, whatever size and industry sector.

This interactive and enjoyable course provides an introductory insight into the core elements of HR and employment law, looking at the HR lifecycle. It draws on real-life scenarios, best practice, employment case law decisions and provides an opportunity for you to share your experiences to stimulate learning.

All Bhayani Law courses come with learning materials and a point of contact for queries throughout the course, and for a period of 4 weeks after completion.



  • build knowledge of the role of HR professionals
  • identify the ways in which HR professionals add value and prioritise their workdevelop knowledge of UK employment law
  • effectively draft and implement employment contracts and HR policies
  • identify where risks of unlawful discrimination can occur and take appropriate mitigating steps and ensure fairness
  • apply good practice recruitment and induction techniques
  • recognise different types of under-performance and how and when to intervene
  • critically evaluate performance management practices
  • understand employee relations (including handling grievances, disciplinary and absence management issues)
  • managing employee exits


Is this course right for me?

If you are new to HR, or want to enhance your people management skills, then this course is ideal for you. It provides a thorough overview of HR. It’ll help boost your confidence in managing HR issues and encourage you to explore and exchange ideas with other participants to support each other’s learning.


Learning Outcomes

  • outline the basic legal context underlying employee relations processes to encourage the effective development and application of company policy to promote good practice and avoid penalties
  • outline key HR practices in accordance with best practice and employment law
  • analyse and evaluate the merits of core employee relations issues to support effective decision making at an early stage
  • describe the key stages of disciplinary, capability and grievance procedures to support consistent application in accordance with the ACAS code
  • reflect on your own organisation’s approach to recruitment and selection, employee reward and employee development to inform improvements and refinements to practices currently in place
  • identify any particular aspects of HR Management to further research/ improve their own knowledge and confidence in handling, in support of their continuous professional development.


Course Structure

The course will be delivered over 2 full days 7th & 8th March 2023, 10 am – 4 pm and can be in person or virtual via Zoom.

It is estimated that you will be required to undertake 6 hours of self-directed learning throughout the duration of this course. The sessions are interactive, with peer-to-peer learning to allow you to think practically about how to apply what you have learnt.

The delivery of the course has been spaced out to help you retain and apply practices into your working environment.

You will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the course.



Our fees depend on the type of training course you choose. We have individual delegate rates, bespoke in-house group rates as well as skills bank funded training. For details of costs and mode of delivery of our training contact us at 0333 888 1360[email protected] or complete the enquiry form below.


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March 7, 2023 at 10:00 AM
March 8, 2023 at 4:00 PM
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Bhayani HR and Employment Law
0114 303 2300