HR Network Meeting -The Top 10 Thorniest Employment Issues

28th January 2015

Over the years, many of the HR professionals who we advise have told us how much difficulty they have keeping up to date with changes to employment law.

 Whilst there are many publications, websites and seminars aimed at HR managers, it is often hard to see the wood for the trees.  Deciding what to read and which seminars to attend can be a job in itself. Lupton Fawcett Denison Till therefore decided to introduce HR Network, a networking group with a difference, for HR managers and other executives who spend a significant part of their time managing their organisations HR function. The dual philosophy behind the HR Network is to keep HR professionals updated with new developments on the legal front, whilst at the same time providing them with a support group of like-minded HR individuals with whom they can discuss best practice. Timings and session coverage Refreshments will be served on arrival at 4pm, followed by the presentation at 4.30pm.  The session will close at 6pm. Our July topic is entitled 'The Top 10 Thorniest Employment Issues'. We will look at topics including, holiday pay,  the disciplinary process, long term sick leave and the effect of criminal investigations on employees. The cost The HR Network is free to attend. If you have any problems making a booking, have any queries or would like to be added to the HR Network mailing list to be advised of future sessions (sessions held in Leeds, Sheffield and York), please contact Jackie Parkhill by email on jackie.parkhill@lf-dt.com.

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