Employment law changes to be focus of seminar series
Published at 04:52, Tuesday, 01 October 2013
Cumbrian business law firm Baines Wilson LLP is holding a series of seminars to update firms on the latest employment law developments.
They will focus on recent changes in the law such as those covering dismissals as well as the recent shake-up in employment tribunals.
Employment and Training Partner, Joanne Holborn, said: “A number of significant employment law changes came into force over the summer. Our team will be detailing the changes and explaining how employers can best use them to their advantage.”
The seminars will provide delegates with practical guidance on managing poor performance, conducting pre-termination negotiations, offering settlement agreements, recruiting staff, early conciliation and changes to legislation and case law.
Joanne added “I am offering a bottle of champagne for the best tweet about our seminars @JoanneHolborn or @BainesWilsonLLP #BWEmpLaw.”
The employment law seminars will be held at The Swan Hotel, Newby Bridge on 8 October 2013, Carlisle Racecourse on 10 October 2013, and Lancaster House Hotel, Lancaster on 15 October 2013. All three seminars will be from 9.30am – 12.30pm, followed by lunch and the opportunity to network.
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