HR and Employment Law Training

HR and Employment Law Training is one of the most valuable investments an organisation can make. For managers or HR teams dealing with employment issues Kingfisher bespoke in-house training and coaching is an invaluable resource. It equips your organisation with the knowledge and tools needed to effectively manage employee issues and gives you the confidence to stay in control. In turn, this can reduce the risk of employment tribunal claims.

Our practical and insightful training is delivered by an employment law expert who will work with your organisation to ensure that our training content and activities are aligned to achieve your organisation’s learning objectives.

It is not only managers and HR teams who require training, Kingfisher also offers discrimination, bullying and harassment training for employees. Providing training on the standards of conduct required can help to protect your organisation.

A selection of our most popular training packages are outlined below. Bespoke case studies and group discussions are included in all our training.

Management Package (for managers or those with supervisory responsibilities)

  • Sickness and Performance Management
  • Disciplinary, Grievance and Investigations – ACAS Code of Practice
  • Equality and Diversity at work
  • Leadership skills
  • Equal Opportunities – management responsibilities

Business Package

  • Redundancy and Variations to Contract and consultation
  • TUPE

Human Resources Package

  • Recruitment and Retention
  • Interviewing skills
  • Appraisals


  • Equal Opportunities (discrimination and harassment)
  • Agricultural / Gang Masters
  • Bribery Act
  • Family Leave


  • Suspension
  • Investigation
  • Disciplinary Hearing
  • Appeal
  • Unfair Dismissal
  • ACAS Code of Practice
  • Qualifying service


  • Return to work
  • Self-Certification
  • Short term absence
  • Long term absence
  • Reasonable adjustments
  • Disability Discrimination


  • What is a grievance?
  • Investigation
  • How to handle informally
  • Grievance Hearing
  • Appeal
  • Constructive Dismissal
  • ACAS Code of Practice

Performance Management

  • Informal stage
  • Capability Disciplinary procedure
  • Targets & objectives
  • Formal warnings
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Qualifying service