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  • What's happening in immigration and employment law? Reading

    25 April 2018

    Our topical review of developments will examine recent and forthcoming changes in employment and immigration law.

  • Sexual harassment - prevention, investigation and workplace culture

    09 May 2018

    THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. The scourge of sexual harassment at work has been hitting the headlines over the last few months. All responsible employers want to create a workplace that is free from all forms of harassment, but recent events have shown that this is not always easy to achieve.

  • Managing Trade Unions in the Digital Age: 2018 and onwards

    30 May 2018

    Technology continues rapidly to change where and how we work. It poses challenges for both employers and unions, and increasingly calls into question the effectiveness of our employment laws.

  • Mental health in the workplace

    06 June 2018

    THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. One in four of us will experience mental ill-health at some point in our lives, which inevitably means this is an issue which affects the workplace. The various legal risks for employers include potential liability for disability discrimination or personal injury. More importantly, employers who promote positive mental health in the workplace are likely to have a happier and more productive workforce. Acas has recently published useful new guidance on how to support and manage staff who are experiencing mental ill-health.

  • HR Academy - June 2018

    11 June 2018

    Do you wish you had more time to focus on developments in employment law? Do you want to refresh your knowledge in core areas, or enhance the skills of members of your team? Would you like to learn in a practical way from specialist employment lawyers and your fellow HR professionals?

  • What’s happening in employment law - Cardiff

    13 June 2018

    Our topical review of developments will examine recent and forthcoming changes in employment law.

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