LD HR+ Employment Law Training

Training your team is vital if your business is going to succeed in today’s economic climate and continuing training can support business growth.

As a member of LD HR+, you receive a four-session training programme aimed at your business.  We know that investing in your employees is the most valuable step you can take, so we look after tailored training programmes while you concentrate on growing your business.

Tell us what training you need and we will build a programme for you or you can select from our comprehensive list of courses.

We also deliver additional in-house training at your request. Talk to us or email us to discuss your requirements.

Breakfast Legal Training (BLT) and Employment Law Evening Seminars

We provide regular breakfast and evening seminars, which are free of charge, held across the UK and cover a wide spectrum of employment law issues.

You can start the day by joining us for coffee and breakfast and ensuring you are up to date with employment law issues or come after work and enjoy a glass of wine.

If you would like to receive invites to these seminars, email us.

Mock Employment Tribunal

We provide a unique opportunity to experience issues associated with the tribunal process without the costs or trauma associated with having to go through the process for real.

Managers often make critical decisions (such as whether to dismiss or uphold an appeal or a grievance) that end up being challenged at the Employment Tribunal. Our mock tribunal means your managers are aware of how the tribunal will look at their evidence at a hearing and prepares them for the process. The session is interactive and will demystify the tribunal hearing process and highlight the potential pitfalls.

Our Experts

Employment law partner David Leslie

David Leslie

Leeds Employment Law Partner

Email: [email protected]

Direct Dial: 0113 368 7804

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