Workplace Law launches new-look website
Workplace Law has unveiled its brand new website, with new and improved interactive content.
You now have an easy facility to specify your areas of interest – health and safety, human resources, facilities or environmental management – and download a range of fully interactive and highly relevant content.
Aside from our daily news updates we now have a dedicated Info centre, which comprises:
- Workplace Law TV: Multimedia content, including regular online seminars, legal updates and documentary films.
- Regulations and official guidance: Legislation, Approved Codes of Practice (ACoPs), British Standards and guidance from relevant sectors e.g. CIPD for HR professionals.
- Case reviews: Information on recent and landmark cases that have applied workplace legislation to HR, health and safety, property management and environmental topics.
- News analysis: A series of downloadable documents focusing on specific proposals, Regulations, incidents and cases, with advice on how these could affect you and your organisation.
- Briefings: Offering in-depth guides to health and safety, HR and environmental topics, written by Workplace Law consultants and industry experts.
- Handbook: The all-new online editions of the Workplace Law Health and Safety, Premises and Environment Handbook 2012 and the Employment Law and Human Resources Handbook 2012. Use the online reader to search for what you are looking for with the simple A-Z chapter search.
- Magazine: Our industry-recognised and award-winning Workplace Law Magazine is now fully interactive and integrated with the website, to provide a more dynamic experience.
Said Gavin Bates, Community and Communications Manager:
“Not only have we really brought our website up to date and in line with our new business streams but I’m confident we will be creating a much more user-friendly experience.
“With such a barrage of information available on the internet, our overriding goal was to deliver content, information and services that are useful and directly relevant to our members and site visitors, rather than clutter up their already packed days.
“I’m really looking forward to seeing the response it gets.”