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Employment Law Events

Free Seminar: Managing Change and Risk: Key HR and Legal Changes in 2018

On Tuesday 6 March, Paul Roberts, Head of our Employment Department, will be presenting an employment law update as part of this event.  He will cover:

  • Balancing the rights of employers and employees
  • Abolition of employment tribunal fees and the impact on claims
  • Gender pay gap reporting
  • Atypical workers: UBER and the gig economy/zero hours contracts
  • Important employment tribunal cases

There will also be presentations on GDPR and employee benefits.

The event is at Hotel du Vin in Birmingham and runs from  8.30am  to 11.30 am.

There is no charge and breakfast is provided.

To book, please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/managing-change-and-risk-key-hr-and-legal-changes-in-2018-tickets-42783047246?aff=Emaillinke


CIPD Employment Law Event

Paul Roberts, head of the Employment Law Department at Keelys LLP, will be speaking at the next Black Country CIPD Employment Law Event on Wednesday 29 March, at Wolverhampton Science Park, from 9:00 – 13:30.

There will also be a choice of workshops.  The event will followed by lunch and an opportunity to network.

To book (which is free whether or not you are a CIPD member), please click here:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/employment-law-update-and-workshops-tickets-27253602258

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