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HR Training

HR Training for Small Businesses

Wirehouse deliver best-practice HR training courses that help small business owners with everything from managing sickness and absenteeism, through to an introduction to employment law for employers.

We’re not just here for the cold, hard legal stuff. We provide our clients with best-practice HR training courses that support your in-house policies.

Make your working environment better for everyone

At Wirehouse, we’re continually striving for excellence in business practice, and we know that our clients are too. So we offer a range of employment law courses and employment law seminars covering:

  • Disciplinary and Grievance Handling
  • Sickness and absence management.
  • Conducting Successful Appraisals and Reviews
  • Introduction to Employment Law for employers

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033 33 215 0050800 470 2243
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