Event overview

Employment Law update Seminars – Summer 2018

Hempsons is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a series of FREE employment law seminars in each of our four offices in this summer.

The seminars will cover a range of current employment law issues that we know can cause headaches for HR professionals and are designed to offer sound legal guidance, as well as practical tips to help you manage these tricky areas.

The seminars will be run by our national team of expert employment lawyers.

The seminar format is being finalised at the moment, topics will include the following:

• GDPR for HR
• Suitable Alternative Employment in Redundancy cases
• and a case law update

In Harrogate, Manchester and Newcastle there will be a networking lunch after the seminar; in London the seminar is in the afternoon and starts with registration/networking lunch.

If you wish to pre-register please fill out the form below and if you have any questions about the seminars please contact Heather Bellis in the events team on 01423 724122 or email events@hempsons.co.uk.

Dates:
6 June – Harrogate
20 June – Manchester
27 June – Newcastle
10 July – London

Times
9.30am registration til 1pm followed by lunch (Harrogate, Manchester and Newcastle)
12.30pm registration/lunch end 5pm (London)

When and where?

Location Date Time
Harrogate 6th June 2018 9.30am - 1.00pm
Manchester 20th June 2018 9.30am - 1.00pm
Newcastle 27th June 2018 9.30am - 1.00pm
London 10th July 2018 12.30pm - 5.00pm

Agenda

Harrogate Morning session
to be finalised, topics to include: GDPR for HR; Suitable Alternative Employment in Redundancy cases; and a case law update
Manchester Morning session
to be finalised, topics to include: GDPR for HR; Suitable Alternative Employment in Redundancy cases; and a case law update
Newcastle Morning session
to be finalised, topics to include: GDPR for HR; Suitable Alternative Employment in Redundancy cases; and a case law update
London Afternoon session
to be finalised, topics to include: GDPR for HR; Suitable Alternative Employment in Redundancy cases; and a case law update

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