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£125.00 per person
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* Max of 4 delegates per organisation. Please call Acas on 0300 123 1150 or email if numbers exceed this or for more details about the training session.

Changing terms and conditions of employment

The legal obligations and good practice for implementing a change to employment terms and conditions

Changing an employee’s terms and conditions may be necessary for business reasons, however doing so can present concerns for both the employee and employer. 

Poorly managed change can damage working relationships and failure to follow the correct procedures could put your business at risk of litigation. 

This event will help you understand your responsibilities as an employer when implementing changes to employment. It will outline the risks and benefits of the options available to you, allowing you to confidently make decisions and minimise any unintended consequences.

Who is this best suited to?

Delegates from all sectors of work, including:

  • line managers, supervisors, and team leaders
  • HR professionals
  • business owners
  • Trade Union/employee representatives
  • individuals who wish to further their professional development

What will I learn from this training?

  • what is a contract? 
  • identifying contractual terms 
  • the process of gaining agreement 
  • collective agreements 
  • consultation: the law and good practice 
  • the law on imposing change 
  • the law on dismissing and re-engaging 

Key course information

  • delivered digitally via Zoom
  • half-day session
  • delegates will receive an electronic certificate of attendance

Run this training for your organisation

This course can also be provided in-house. We can also tailor the programme to suit your precise organisation needs. To speak to our customer services team about your requirements call 0300 123 1150 or complete our online enquiry form.

Does your organisation need more than training?

Our specialists can diagnose issues in your workplace and tailor practical solutions to address the challenges faced by you and your staff. To find out more, contact our Customer Services Team on 0300 123 1150 or complete our online enquiry form.

We also offer free e-learning on a wide range of employment relations topics. It's a great way to develop, enhance and refresh knowledge, providing an opportunity to work through theory, explore case studies and answer interactive questions.