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Learning at Work Week



Learning At Work Week 2021

Celebrating lifelong learning at work and build learning cultures everywhere!

It’s Learning at Work (LAW) Week - a unique campaign held in May to raise awareness of the importance of building learning cultures in the workplace.

Aiming to highlight the benefits of continual learning and development, the #CampaignForLearning coordinate LAW Week nationally. Offering resources and suggestions for learning and development the theme for the 2021 campaign is “Made for Learning”. It focuses on our human capacity to learn, how we can be great lifelong learners and the importance of connection and community for empowered people and dynamic organisations.

Learning in the workplace

Employers - There are plenty of reasons why training is a worthwhile pursuit:

  • It makes your employees feel valued because you’re investing time and money into their careers,
  • It supports your business, giving you a well-trained and qualified workforce who know their jobs inside out,
  • It can also encourage the best employees to really shine, giving you the ‘managers of the future, and
  • In some instances, it is a requirement for the position.

Employees - Want to do more training or study at work – know your rights

Michael Judkins, Employment Law Solicitor at Hatch Brenner. Having acted extensively over the years for both employers and employees, I am very familiar with the challenges of the modern workplace and have considerable expertise in both dealing with, and appearing before, the Employment Tribunal.

Employment Law for Employees is a specialism for Hatch Brenner. If you’re facing an employment tribunal, need help negotiating your contract or feel you have been subjected to discrimination in the workplace, we can provide practical, confidential advice to employees in a wide range of industries.

If you would like further information about any service, call us on 01603 214220