The Annual Employment Law Review

19th August 2012

Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, is rounding up its 2011 programme of employment law seminars with a review of the year and a look at what is in store for 2012.

Taylor&Emmet is inviting local people managers to its final T&E Advance training session of the year to discuss key developments in the industry and what the future will hold. Delivered by the firm's employment law specialists, the free quarterly breakfast seminar will focus on some of the major changes to shake the human resources sector. The session will cover a range of topical issues, such as the abolition of the retirement age of 65, the introduction of the Agency Workers Regulations and new flexible working and paternity rights. It will also highlight key cases from the last 12 months and forthcoming changes, including proposals to reform the tribunal system. Taylor&Emmet's employment law review will include an opportunity for delegates to question the firm's specialists and network with fellow professionals. Spaces are extremely limited, so early booking is advised. For further information, or to reserve a seat at Taylor&Emmet's forthcoming employment law update, contact marketing co-ordinator, Claire Petty, on (0114) 218 4000, email: claire.petty@tayloremmet.co.uk or visit www.tayloremmet.co.uk  Organisers: Taylor&Emmet LLP Contact: Claire Petty Telephone: 0114 218 4000 Email: claire.petty@tayloremmet.co.uk

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