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Top 10 Big Issues for Employers in 2018

24 Sep 2018

Join us for a full day employment law seminar on either Wednesday 14 or Thursday 22 November.

Each issue discussed in the seminar is given a practical context using common scenarios. There is a useful analysis of the law relating to each issue, including any relevant developments, ending with practical advice and tips on how you can deal with the problems and issues raised.
 

Topics to be covered include:

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Who should attend?

Directors, Executives, Managers, HR professionals and other decision makers.

Cost

£150 (+VAT) for one delegate
£125 (+VAT) per person for two or more delegates

Cost includes a useful delegates pack, refreshments and lunch.

For information on our cancellation policy, please click here.

A 25% discount will be applied to any client of our Employment Team. Any organisation that instructs DMH Stallard's Employment Team for the first time within three months of the date of their attendance at this event will receive a refund equivalent to the relevant client discount. Please note that places at this event are not guaranteed until payment has been received.

 

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When and Where?            

Wednesday 14 November Thursday 22 November
Grange St Paul's Hotel Arora Hotel
10 Godliman Street Southgate Avenue
London Crawley
EC4V 5AJ (Map) West Sussex
  RH10 6LW (Map)
   
Click here to book for London  Click here to book for Crawley


Once you have registered, we will be in touch to confirm payment details.

Agenda:
9.00am   -  Registration
9.30am   -  Seminar Commences
11.10am -  Refreshment Break
11.30am -  Seminar Resumes
1.00pm   -  Lunch
2.00pm   -  Seminar Resumes
3.15pm   -  Questions
3.30pm   -  Seminar Ends

 


If you have any queries about this event please contact our Events Executive, Amber James, on Amber.James@dmhstallard.com

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