Employment Law Training

Our Practice

The key to ELT is "not mentioning the law". Our sessions are practical, not legalistic and engage audiences with interactive formats, normally based on relevant and tailored case studies. Feedback is always excellent.

Founded in London in 1998 as a separate team, ELT employs experienced employment lawyers to provide training to managers and HR. The principal focus is on raising awareness of risks and suggesting techniques to reduce those risks.

We work with a wide range of clients. The majority currently comes from the financial institutions sector, including many of the global investment banks.  

Specialist Expertise

ELT's core training programmes are focused on the following areas:

Working environment and harassment

These programmes have supported our clients' overall strategies in relation to improving their working environment.

  • Working With Respect/Managing With Respect: we run sessions of an hour or two hours raising awareness of behaviour that can lead to problems and suggesting ways of managing that behaviour and the risks that arise from it. The messages are tailored to the level of audience.

Specific topic sessions

In reaction to a specific policy or procedure change, or a development in the law, we may be asked to conduct a specific training session. These have included:

  • Managing Your Procedures
  • Data Protection Demystified
  • Working With National Recognition.

Update sessions

Normally on a quarterly or bi-annual basis, we run update sessions (eg What's New?) combining legal developments and the organisation's response.

Online Services

Employment law reform in the UK - get ahead of the curve

To help you stay ahead, this microsite brings together the key developments of employment law.

Anne Sammon's Blog 

 Anne Sammon on parent's rights in the workplace.


International Employment Issues

IEI provides summaries of key employment law topics, from discrimination and harassment to transfers of business, across a range of jurisdictions. 

elexica Class Action

Senior managers regime for banks

A practical guide for HR to the new senior managers regime which came into force in the UK on 07 March 2016.


This microsite contains tools to help organisations deal with the increasing pressure in relation to whistleblowing.