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Employment Law Seminar, 02 April 2014

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The Employment team at Pearson Solicitors is to present a breakfast seminar entitled “Changes: Off the Record Conversations – Getting it Right” to which you are cordially invited.

In a change to the advertised topic, our financial team will deliver a timely presentation on pensions auto-enrolment.

Seminar Details

  • DATE: 02 April, 2014
  • REGISTRATION: 7.45 AM 

Breakfast will be provided.

  • PRESENTATIONS: 8.15 AM (+Q&A)
  • FINISH: 9.30 AM
  • VENUE: Pearson Solicitors Seminar Room, Hollinwood Business Centre, Albert Street, Hollinwood, Oldham, OL8 3QL.

Who will benefit

This free seminar is aimed at business owners, managers with responsibility for handling employment procedures and HR advisers and will take place on the morning of Wednesday 2nd April, 2014.

Speakers and Topics

Susan Mayall, Head of Employment Law at Pearson Solicitors, will provide her practical perspective on ‘protected conversations’ under S111A Employment Rights Act 1996, how they differ from “without prejudice” conversations, how employers are getting into deep water with their new found right to speak to employees “off the record” and how they can get it right.

Susan will go on to talk about ACAS mandatory pre-claim conciliation with particular focus on how the process will work when introduced on 6th April 2014

Kennethth Lees, Employment Solicitor, will provide an outline of the recent changes to the TUPE Regulations, after which he will discuss the latest thinking on how the new fees regime has impacted on claims being issued in the Employment Tribunal and whether claimants really have to pay fees.

Book now

Places are limited, so to avoid disappointment, please reserve your place today by contacting Kenneth Lees at events@pearsonlegal.co.uk or telephone Kenneth on 0161 684 6950.

We hope you are able to join us and look forward to seeing you at this informative session!

 

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