Junior HR Club

27th February 2019

We are pleased to invite you to attend our Junior HR Club.

This is an interactive forum led by Irwin Mitchell and Elevation Recruitment to discuss topical HR issues that you are currently facing with fellow junior HR professionals. The topic for this first session will be best practice, top tips and preventative steps you can adopt to help avoid an Employment Tribunal claim, including issues to be aware of if you do get a claim as well as some case studies to discuss and share ideas The forum will be a great opportunity to voice your own ideas on what works and what doesn't as well as providing a platform to network with other like minded HR personnel. We hope you are able to join us for what promises to be an interactive and informative morning. To book onto this event or to find out more information, please contact Amy Randall at amy.randall@irwinmitchell.co.uk This event is sponsored by Elevation Recruitment Group - elevationrecruitment.com

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