Employment Law Training

A well-trained, engaged and motivated workforce is vital to the success of your organisation. Thrings Training ensures your employees are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to meet the challenges of modern business.

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Bespoke training for business success

Drawing on our expertise as employment law specialists, we provide bespoke courses to meet your organisation’s needs.

Our legal insight and practical guidance is designed to upskill your workforce and ensure your company is evolving in line with internal and regulatory requirements.

To minimise disruption for your team, we can deliver training at your premises, with programmes ranging from one-hour sessions to multi-day courses. Comprising interactive workshops and case studies, each course can also be tailored to different employee groups.

Our exposure to best practice across diverse businesses means we can help your company to operate effectively, grasp opportunities and respond to any challenge.


Our employment law training can encompass a wide range of topics. Some of the more common areas include:

  • basic principles of UK employment law
  • recruitment and interviewing dos and don’ts
  • managing sickness absence
  • disciplinary investigations and dealing with poor performers
  • resolving conflict in the workplace, including grievance investigations and mediation

  • equality and diversity
  • implementing redundancies
  • managing TUPE and outsourcing projects
  • legal updates for your HR team
  • basic principles of UK immigration law


Thrings is commended for delivering ‘pragmatic advice’ and ‘helping us chart our way from where we are to where we want to be’. Sources also strongly recommend the team’s programme of training and providing updates on employment law.

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News 14 June 2018

Gig review

Plumber prevails as Supreme Court hands down landmark decision for 'gig' economy workers.

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Video surveillance and privacy in the workplace

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Business as usual: the Court of Appeal restores burden of proof status quo for discrimination claims

Although not expressly stated in the statutory wording, it is widely accepted that the Equality Act 2010 (EQA) requires a claimant to prove facts which, on the face of...

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News 1 November 2017

Discrimination update

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News 1 November 2017

Suspension – a neutral act or a repudiatory breach?

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