Mental Health and Sickness Absence Management - The HR Exchange

19th January 2016

Our free HR forum is presented by leading recruitment consultants, Brewster Pratap, and niche employment law specialists, Bhayani HR & Employment Law.

This network event offers you the opportunity to gain valuable advice and information from employment and HR professionals in a relaxed round table format, as well as a chance to share experiences with your peers in various industry sectors. The sessions are held bi monthly over lunch in Sheffield and Doncaster. Watch this space for our exciting new Leeds launch in the new year. In 2015 we covered topics such as long term sickness absence, shared parental leave and employee engagement. The feedback was fantastic. Some of the comments: "Very much enjoyed the presentation. Definitely feel like i learnt a lot" "Excellent - thanks for the invite" "Very useful session" "Excellent presentation - very formal and useful" HR Exchange 2016 We always strive to bring to our audience information that is current and useful in your day to day work in HR. Next year, we are going to look at topics ranging from protecting your organisation in terms of social media postings, employees at risk of grooming through to looking at gender pay issues and sustainable employment of women in the workplace. Please note the new venue for Sheffield is the Advanced Manufacturing Park, Catcliffe.

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