Please see below the most updated bulletin from Acas.
October Training - all Digital Delivery
Since the advent of the coronavirus we have been working hard to gradually convert our face-to-face training into digital courses so we can continue to share best practice. Below is our current offering for October; we hope to add more courses over the coming months.
Managing discipline and grievance 06 Oct
During these unprecedented times, more people are working remotely. How your business deals with discipline and grievance may need to be adapted but it must still follow employment legislation.
Managing employee mental health 08 Oct
This 3-hour digital event is based on our popular face to face training. It has been tailored specifically to help you support employee mental health issues during the Covid pandemic.
Back to work - managing employee attendance 14 Oct
Using an interactive storyboard approach, this 3-hour digital event takes you on the fictional journey of Packaging Solutions Ltd’s return to the workplace after the peak of the coronavirus pandemic.
Transition from lock down: key employment considerations for workplaces 19 Oct
This 2-hour digital course has been designed to address the key issues that employers have told us they are facing in navigating from lockdown to transition and beyond.
Redundancy: getting it right (England & Wales) 20 Oct
Making staff redundant is a difficult but sometimes necessary decision. This digital event outlines the legal responsibilities faced by employers managing redundancies. It will also focus on good practice at this challenging time.
Employment law update 22 Oct
The legal landscape and how it affects your workplace is constantly evolving.This digital event will update you on the latest changes in legislation and highlight future developments - a key consideration for business planning.
Changing terms and conditions of employment 28 Oct
A 3-hour digital event which will help you understand the legal obligations and good practice, so that you can be confident in your decisions to implement a change to employment terms and conditions.