Would you survive an employment tribunal?

9th May 2013


Calling HR professionals across all industry sectors  Are you ready for an Employment Tribunal A staggering 42,000 Employment Tribunal claims were made in the last 3 months of 2012 that is an awful lot of businesses having to endure the stress of defending their actions, with some of them having paid substantial damages simply because they didn't get their preparations and procedures right in the first place. Employment tribunals can be nerve wracking places for employers but a lot can be done to make them less so, or even keep the employer out of court in the first place.  So, to help  employers in the region to know exactly what to expect and how to deal with it, leading niche employment firm, Bhayani Bracewell of Sheffield and Doncaster has joined forces with one of the region's top recruitment consultants, Brewster Pratap, and specialist employment barristers at St John's Buildings Chambers Sheffield to bring you an exciting MOCK EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL. With claimant, respondent, witness, solicitor, barrister and judge, this MOCK EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL will examine the anatomy of a tribunal hearing in an informative but fun way and will be followed by 'lessons from the coalface', with a chance to discuss the learning points and ask questions of the panel.  Drinks and nibbles provided. The event, which is part of the current series of HR Exchange Forums in Sheffield and Doncaster, will take place at BBraun Medical, Thorncliffe Park, Sheffield, S35 2PW on 22 May, From 5pm to 8pm.  It is completely FREE OF CHARGE with a limited number of places available so they will go quickly.  To make sure you get your place, contact Bhayani Bracewell now on 0114 272 1884 or email hello@bhayanibracewell.co.uk. Click here to visit the website!

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