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Employment Law Update for Charities 2017

Thursday 15th June, 2017 |
Hilton Leeds City, Neville Street, Leeds


This event is an essential update on employment law for all those concerned in employment law and HR in practice.
Including both strategic and practical workshop sessions, this event will cover the key issues in employment law and HR today.

About Wrigleys
Wrigleys is a pre-eminent private client and third sector firm.  It acts for charities, social enterprises, schools, colleges and universities.

It's specialist employment team works for all kinds of organisations where high quality employment law advice is required.

Limited spaces available, please book now to avoid disappointment.


Resgistration and Coffee

Welcome and Introduction

Our Top Ten Employment Cases

Dr John McMullen, Partner at Wrigleys Solicitors

Gender Equalities: How tolerant is your workplace?

Sue King, Partner at Wrigleys Solicitors

Break for Tea and Coffee

Breakout 1A

A. Dealing with Trade Unions
John Dews, Independent HR Consultant and formerly Senior Adviser, ACAS West Midlands

Breakout 1B

 B. The Gig Economy: Your guide to worker status
Alacoque Marvin, Solicitor at Wrigleys

Key Trends in HR: 2017 and beyond

David D'Souzza, CIPD, Head of London


With an opportunity to raise questions and network with speakers and other delegates.

Breakout 2A

A. Top tips for preparing for an employment tribunal

Richard Ryan, Barrister, Parklane Plowden Chambers

Breakout 2 B

B. Mental Health in the workplace
Sue King, Partner at Wrigleys Solicitors and Rosana Rategh, Training Coordinator at Leeds Mind

In the Pipeline: Employment Laws coming your way

Chris Billington, Partner at Wrigleys


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