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Employment law training is essential for all directors, HR staff and line managers. We realise the importance of staying up to date.

To assist we provide employment law training to our clients and also send out regular email alerts advising our key clients and contacts of important and interesting developments in employment law.

“I cannot stress how important it is for employers to train their line managers, HR and directors. I have seen issues, complaints and claims reduce by a significant margin after delivering a series of training sessions at our client offices.”

Hina Belitz, Partners Employment Lawyers

Our employment law training courses

We regularly provide bespoke in-house training for our clients, topics of which include:

Partners Employment Lawyers - COVID-19 and the Workplace, Mental Health, Stress and Suicide Webinar - 30th April 2020

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Following our Partners Employment Lawyers Afternoon Update webinar on Thursday 30th April 2020, we are sharing with you the full COVID-19 and the Workplace, Mental Health, Stress and Suicide presentation and webinar recording.

If you would like a copy of the full slides, you can download a copy by following this link Afternoon Update Presentation.

In case you missed out, were unable to attend the session or would just like to watch it all over again, you can follow this link for the Full Webinar

Here is our Guide on the Government Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme


Employment Law Update Seminar "Sex and the City at Work" - 28th November 2019

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Delegates thoroughly enjoyed our *Sex and the City at Work* Employment Law Seminar at the Law Society.

We had a very successful Afternoon Update at the Law Society led by Hina Belitz with guest panelists Paul Livingston and Ian Rees Phillips. We discussed the legal and practical issues around sexual harassment in the workplace as well as NDA’s, settlement agreements and the reasonable measures defence. 

What a brilliant turn out!

Email Hina at for a copy of the slides. Click here for the answers to the case studies. 

Testimonials below:

'Good seminar. Well thought out and very informative as always. One of the best employment law seminars in the business'

Delegate - Associated Press 

'Relevant, practical advice to current issues within the workplace'

Liz Chiles  - Director/HR - Ealing Council

'This session was very informative, and the case studies helped in emphasising points. Hina was a great speaker and covered all points clearly'

Chloe Osborne - People and Culture Administrator - Red Carnation Hotels 

'Very well-structured seminar with fantastic case studies to demonstrate the legal principles. Really helpful. Always enjoy these sessions'

Delegate - Endemol Shine UK

'Always very enjoyable'

Delegate - Associated Press 

'Very useful. Fab presenting. Great barrister advice. Thank you very much'

Delegate - Markerstudy Insurance Services Limited

'Really insightful and interesting to hear a range of cases and discuss all possible outcomes'

Hannah Robinson - HR Advisor - Advanced 

'Really useful session, learnt alot. Speakers very engaging!'

Sofia Merriman - HR Buisness Partner - Advanced 

'Very informative and interesting. Case studies were great'

Delegate - Endemol Shine UK

'Very interesting. Great facilitators with great knowldge'

Jeni Weiner - Social Welfare Coordinator - United Jewish Israel Appeal

'Most helpful, relevant and knowledgeable!'

Cyndy Bloom - HR Manager - United Jewish Israel Appeal

'Really interesting session, great knowledge of case studies covering a wide range of possible scenarios that could happen'

Vicki Palmer - HR Manager - Hollis

'Highly enjoyable and informative'

Delegate - Associated Press 


Employment Law Update Seminar "Mock Employment Tribunal" - 5th November 2018

Our last Mock Employment Tribunal on 7th June 2018 was an overwhelming success and Partners Employment Lawyers are now delighted to invite you to our next complimentary Afternoon Update to experience the theatre of an Employment Tribunal. For full details of the event click here.

Employment Tribunal witness training

We also provide practical witness training to employees who are required to attend and give evidence at Tribunal hearings. Our courses in this area aim to fully prepare witnesses, including on the format of the hearing, techniques used in cross-examination and how to give a full, accurate and confident account, in order to remove the uncertainty around giving evidence on behalf of their employer. This not only benefits the witness but the business too, as it gives you the best chance of presenting a strong, persuasive case to the Tribunal.

Employment law training testimonials

“Hina and her team recently delivered employment law sessions to our London management team which focused on a range of key employment law issues. Feedback was that the sessions were excellent, informative and well presented. They discussed actual case law as well as company-relevant scenarios based on their knowledge of our internal policies and procedures.”

HR Department, Euromonitor International Ltd

“Hina’s team delivered excellent training on site on managing redundancy. Their delivery was excellent and clear as well as being easy to understand. There was no confusing legal speak or jargon. We highly recommend Partners.”

Company Training Client

“Hina’s training on employment law in the workplace has resulted in our sickness absences reducing by 60%. It was a pleasure to see Hina when she came to train our line managers on site at our offices.”

Mark Jackson, Seebord

Could your company benefit from training? If so then please get in touch. If you wish to subscribe to our email alert, please subscribe on our homepage.

Contact us for Employment Law Training London

We provide bespoke in-house training to businesses based in London and throughout England. To discuss your employment law training needs with our approachable and professional team, call 0207 374 6546 now or contact us online.



”Very good session and good sharing from delegates. "

S.D – Head of HR Operations, The Associated Press

”Great mix and interrelationship between unconscious bias and discrimination with real stories to cement understanding and awareness."

A.F – Director of HR, University of the Creative Arts

”An insightful afternoon & thought provoking."

K.D – HR, Walker Books Ltd

”Thought provoking and very interesting. Thank you."

Tracey Hinton – HR & Payroll Manager, Stemcor

”Very thought provoking and interesting combination delivering training jointly. Was possible to personally relate and apply this in the workplace. Thank you."

C.H – Senior HR consultant, London Borough of Newham

”An interesting and informative seminar. I think all organisations should be thinking more about unconscious bias."

K.O – HR officer, London Borough of Newham

”Excellent session."

C.B – HR Business Partner, London Borough of Newham

”Excellent presenters, very interesting and informative."

E.B – HR Manager, Trend Machinery & Cutting Tools Ltd

”Very informative session. Covered many aspects of discrimination. Good explanation and examples of unconscious bias."

C.M – HR Consultant, London Borough of Newham

”I’m new to HR so found the topic very interesting and useful, especially sharing experiences with others. Will definitely help me in my career. Thank you."

Brian Parish – HR, London Borough of Newham

”Very insightful."

C.M – HR, Tantalum Corporation

”It was a very informative session, which included a lot of practical examples."

Anna Tropeano – Head of HR, Colas Rail

”Informative, engaging, eye opening! Thought provoking, interesting and relevant – very good."

PG - Director, Colas Rail

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