These free breakfast seminars will give delegates an overview of the most important changes in employment law and those due to come into effect in the near future.
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Attending one of these seminars will give those in charge of staff time to plan for the changes in a proactive manner and to confidently deal with any staff issues as and when they arise.
We will be running two seminars, one at Parc Menai in Bangor on 16th March, as well as one in Porth Eirias in Colwyn Bay on the 28th March. Details for each and the booking links can be found below.
Who Should Attend?
The seminars are aimed at HR/personnel directors and managers, business owners and those in charge of staff. Both seminars are free of charge and are being hosted by Supertemps with guest speakers Simon Bloch and Helen Kidd from Knights Professional Services.
08:00 - 08:30 Registration & Breakfast rolls
08:30 - 09:30 Employment Law Update covering
09:30 - 10:00 Q & A and Networking
Knights is the leading regional professional services business. Changing the way in which legal and professional services are delivered in the UK is their passion. We welcome Helen Kidd and Simon Bloch as our guest speakers for this event, here is a little more about them:
Helen Kidd, Partner
Helen provides commercially focused and solution based advice to businesses and senior executives on all aspects of employment law, both contentious and non-contentious. She proactively manages Employment Tribunal claims and provides pragmatic advice on a broad range of day-to-day employment and HR issues such as disciplinaries, dismissals and grievances, long-term absence and disability, performance management, discrimination complaints, business reorganisations and redundancies and working time matters. Helen also regularly advises clients in relation to executive exits and assists in the preparation and negotiation of settlement agreements.
Simon Bloch, Partner
Simon has a specific expertise in working with clients in the recruitment sector and has worked with clients in this sector since 2007. He has extensive knowledge and understanding about the Agency Workers’ Regulations and regulatory legislation that govern how employment agencies can operate. Simon has worked with a number of the recruitment trade associations and their members. Simon regularly assists businesses put in place compliant contractual terms. Simon has significant experience and expertise in advising recruitment businesses with restrictive covenant disputes and has specific expertise in the issues arising from the use of social media. In addition, Simon also has a general employment practice.