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Events & Seminars

Black Country CIPD Employment Law Event – 28 March 2019

Paul Roberts, head of our employment law department, will be speaking at this event at Wolverhampton Science Park.  It will include an employment law update and a choice of interactive workshops.  The event is free to attend, whether or not you are a CIPD member.  For more details and to book, please click here:

Employment Law Update

This April Tom Parkes of our employment team will be presenting an employment law update at a series of seminars run by Busy Bees Benefits.

There will also be sessions on:

  • The role and value of Rewards & Benefits in the workplace (presented by Olivia House of Benefit Hub)
  • Pension Governance (presented by Mark Miller/David Pinner of Busy Bees Benefits)
  • Health & Wellbeing Support (presented by Scott Rayner of Canada Life)
  • HR Summary (presented by Alistair Todd HR Director at Production Resource Group UK)

For further details, and to book a place at any of the following locations, please use the links below.


READING (10 April):

LONDON (11 April):

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