Annual Employment Law Review

6th November 2012

Taylor&Emmet LLP is inviting local business owners and people managers to its annual review of the key developments in employment law.

The firm's specialist solicitors will highlight the major changes to the laws affecting employers this year, focusing particularly on the wide ranging reforms to the tribunal system. Held at Sheffield's Leopold Hotel on December 6, Taylor&Emmet's annual employment law review will cover topics including flexible working and parental rights, pension scheme auto enrolment, redundancy pools, age discrimination and holidays during sickness absence. It will also look forward to what is in store for human resources managers in 2013. The free breakfast seminar will be delivered by members of Taylor&Emmet's experienced employment law team, as part of its quarterly programme of T&E Advance Training events. It will give delegates the opportunity to network with fellow HR professionals and discuss the issues raised with the firm's legal experts. Taylor&Emmet's free annual employment review will run from 8am to 10am and will include a continental breakfast. Spaces are limited, so early booking is recommended. For further information, contact marketing co-ordinator, Claire Petty, on (0114) 218 4000, email: or visit

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