HRXchange provides a varied calendar of events focusing on employment law and related issues as well as access to online materials such as video content, blogs and online reports to keep you up to date with the latest changes and developments relating to employment issues. It is aimed at HR professionals and others with a people management role in the workplace.
All of our events are delivered by specialist employment lawyers with a wealth of experience. Our expertise enables us to provide down-to-earth, practical training. We give advice and guidance on real business issues rather than pure legal theory.
Our courses are interactive and provide the perfect forum for delegates to discuss issues with the trainers and other delegates and to share experiences with their peers.
All of our courses attract CPD credits from the CIPD and Solicitors’ Regulation Authority.
All of our training courses can also be run in-house, and be tailored as required in order to address any particular challenges faced by your organisation. For further details on this offering, please contact Lynne Broad.
Our sessions also provide an opportunity to engage with others in the HR sector and our team. HR can be a lonely business; our forum is the perfect way to share ideas, challenges and solutions with peers. Full details of our training for 2017 can be found in our training directory.
Our sessions take place in several locations across the UK. To find out how you can attend a session near you, please take a look at the calendar below and click on the event to book.
Talking HR hub
As well as networking events, we also provide access to video content, blogs and reports to keep you up to date with the latest changes and developments relating to employment issues.
Transforming UK Business Report
We recently published our Transforming UK Business Report which was specially commissioned to gain a valuable insight into how businesses across the country are implementing change and the internal and external challenges they face. Based on the responses of more than 160 senior business leaders, the comprehensive report explores a number of key themes, including setting strategic priorities, achieving growth, transforming ways of working and breaking down barriers to change. Resistance to change and employee engagement/motivation were cited as two of the main barriers to implementing strategic business priorities. Please download the report to find out more.