Our free employment law seminars and roundtable workshops will help you stay up-to-date with the latest changes to UK employment law.
Aimed at HR professionals, decision-makers, and business owners, our lawyer-run events cover a wide variety of employment law issues and are held across the country.
These events give you the opportunity to learn from and pick the brains of some of the UK’s top employment law solicitors. You’ll come away with a real understanding of how to apply your new knowledge to your workplace.
Whatever your organisation specialises in, we have the specialist knowledge you need. We work with businesses of all shapes and sizes across a variety of sectors, including:
- Sky Betting & Gaming
- Leeds City College
- Age UK
- Westfield Health.
Contact Rachel Hetherington on 0121 203 5355 to book your place or find out more today.
Annual Update Seminars
Everything you need to know to prepare your business for the year ahead.
These seminars take place at the beginning of the year and are designed to get your business ready for the year ahead.
We start by reviewing the latest developments in employment law and the key legal cases that have affected UK employers. We’ll then look at what you need to do to prepare for the year ahead.
Recent topics include:
- Holiday pay
- How Brexit will affect immigration and employment
- Changes to how termination payments are taxed
- Self-employment, contractors, and the gig economy
- Gender pay gap reporting.
Call Rachel Hetherington on 0121 203 5355 today to book a place for yourself or a colleague on one of our annual update seminars.
Interactive HR Workshops
Our workshops are aimed at senior HR practitioners and decision makers. Full details will be announced later in the year.
- Leeds: 23 October 2019
- Birmingham: 23 October 2019
- Sheffield: 23 October 2019
- Manchester: 12 June and 15 October 2019
- London: 13 June and 17 October 2019
- Gatwick: 19 June and 17 October 2019
- Southampton: 18 June and 16 October 2019
Details of the Interactive HR Workshops and how to book a place will be announced in April and September.
In the meantime, why not sign up for our monthly Employment Law Update newsletter for regular information about the latest changes to UK employment law?