Annual Employment Law Seminar, Sheffield

28th January 2015

2015 is set to be a year in which many changes will no doubt be made to employment legislation.

Lupton Fawcett Denison Till are delighted to invite you to a FREE Employment Law Update seminar, which will be held in Leeds, Sheffield and York, tailored for HR professionals or anyone who has responsibility for managing employees. What will be covered... We will provide a general employment law update which will include: new family friendly laws including shared parental leave; the Government's new 'Fit for Work' service; changes to discrimination law including caste discrimination and obesity; and a review of recent important case law. The seminar will be followed by a buffet lunch and an opportunity to talk more indepth with members of the employment team and/or with likeminded professionals. To book a place at this event, please contact Jackie Parkhill on 0113 2802212 or

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