Free HR Club - Wake Smith Solicitors

17th May 2016

The Wake Smith HR Breakfast Event will review: Discrimination a) Employer defences b) Duty to make Reasonable Adjustments by Holly Dobson Recent cases you must know by Mark Serby(Topics subject to change depending on how the nation speaks on 23rd June 2016 on EU Referendum)   8:30 - 8:45am      Registration 8:45 - 9:00am      Refreshments 9:00 - 9:45am      Presentations 9:45 - 10:00am    Q&A 10:00am               Close As with all HR Club events, there will be an opportunity to informally discuss any issues with the Employment team and network with other HR professionals.

If you are unable to attend or know of anyone who will be interested in our HR event please pass on this invitation. Places are limited so book your free place as soon as possible by emailing Bridie Mulgrew at bridie.mulgrew@wake-smith.com or call us on 0114 266 6660.

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