Employment and HR Breakfast Briefing: 11th Oct, London

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Employment and HR Breakfast Briefing: 11th Oct, London

Date: 11 October 2018

The briefing will be interactive, tailor-made and focused on commercial issues, which businesses are currently facing with the constant changes in the employment arena.

In this session we will focus on key employment and HR developments.

 

It will cover:

 

  • The data protection saga & GDPR; in particular what should we be doing now
  • Bias & mental health in the workplace; it still happens and is a growing area of concern given its impact on growth
  • Health & safety – the must knows to be a better leader/manager
  • A round up of the latest law

 

Who should attend?

 

The session is ideal for those who have management responsibility. Managers, business leaders and those generally dealing with HR. Attendees will walk away with tools, which can be implemented straightway thereby preserving their competitive edge and avoid any reputational damage.

The update is free.

Places are limited and allocated on a fist come, first serve basis.

 

Speaker: Bhavna Patel, Partner, PDT Solicitors

 

Bhavna heads up our Employment Department. She acts for a range of clients from large corporate to SMEs and owner managed businesses. She supports employers on all employment-related issues as well in Tribunal and Court, as well as on corporate transactions and business protection matters.Her legal and commercial expertise is complemented by her HR credentials. 

 

Book your free place now

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