Charity Mock Employment Law Tribunal

14th April 2015

Calling all HR professionals, Business Owners, Charity Trustees and School Governors across all industry sectors, and anyone interested in the working of an employment tribunal.

Would you survive an Employment Law tribunal? Our clients often ask us how a tribunal works, what sorts of things they can do to prepare, what can go wrong, where should they sit, how do they address the Judge and so on. In association with St John's Buildings Barristers Chambers, Bhayani HR & Employment Law will help people to understand the complex and often nerve wracking proceedings inside an employment tribunal. With claimant, respondent, witness, solicitor, barrister and judge, this mock employment tribunal will examine the anatomy of a tribunal hearing in an informative but fun way, allowing attendees to observe first-hand the practicalities of a tribunal hearing, learn how to state a case and gain valuable knowledge about the importance of advance preparation. The event will take place at St John's Buildings, 7 Leopold Street, Sheffield, S1 2GY, on the 2nd of July 2015 from 5.00pm to 8.00pm and will include refreshments. And don't forget it is all for charity The Master Cutler's Challenge is this year supporting the Brathay Trust and Help for Heroes  so there will be a small charge of £15 for entrance, all of which will go towards the challenge. Places are limited, and they will go quickly, so make sure you book. Contact us on or call 0114 3032300 or book via our online donations page at or book via this event.

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