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Employment Law Update for Charities

Tuesday 18th June, 2019 |
Hilton City, Leeds


This event is an essential update for all those concerned in employment law and HR in practice. This year we will have a particular focus on mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.

Including both strategic and practical workshop sessions, this event will cover the key issues in employment law and HR.


Registration & Coffee

Welcome & Introduction

Our Top Five Employment Cases for Charities

Alacoque Marvin, Solicitor at Wrigleys Solicitors

Guest Key Note speech followed by legal update & panel discussion

Mental Health and Wellbeing in the workplace
Helen Kemp, CEO at Leeds Mind & Sue King, Partner at Wrigleys Solicitors

Break for Tea & Coffee

Breakout 1: choose from

A. Mental Health and Wellbeing in the workplace

Practical programmes to support employers
Martha Clowes - Mindful Employer Coordinator, Leeds Mind

B. An agreed exit - I'll settle for that

Sue King, Partner at Wrigleys Solicitors


Breakout 2: choose from

A. Redundancy and restructuring - a survivor's guide

Neil Fenwick, HR Consultant at NFHR Consultancy Services

B. Handling Harassment - recent developments

Alacoque Marvin, Solicitor at Wrigleys Solicitors

In the Pipeline - new employment laws on the horizon

Chris Billington, Partner at Wrigleys Solicitors


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