Irwin Mitchell Sheffield Hosts Latest Employment Seminar

21st August 2012

The Sheffield office of national law firm, Irwin Mitchell, will host the latest in a series of employment seminars on 12 September 2012 aimed at ensuring local businesses deal effectively with new and upcoming legislation.

The seminar, which takes place at Irwin Mitchell's offices at 2 Millsands between 8-11am, will be suitable for line managers and HR professionals and in addition to providing tips on new employment laws, the interactive sessions will provide a valuable opportunity to ask questions and share experiences. Topics covered at the free event include legislative changes due to come into force in October 2012, the impact of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, Pension Auto-Enrolment and changes to the Employment Tribunal system. There will be a review of government proposals, consultations and responses, as well as an update on recent case law. For further information concerning the seminar in Sheffield, please contact

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