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Employment Law Update for Charities 2018

Tuesday 26th June, 2018 |
Hilton Leeds City, Neville Street, Leeds

£85.00 (inc VAT)

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.

Keynote Speaker: Wendy Parker, Regional Director of ACAS for the North of England

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.


Registration and Coffee

Welcome and Introduction

Our Top Ten Employment Cases

Dr John McMullen, Wrigleys Solicitors

GDPR is here! The FAQs...

Sue King, Wrigleys Solicitors

Break for Tea and Coffee

Breakout 1: choose from

A. Workplace Disputes - Before, During & After

Jon Dews, Independent HR Consultant and formerly Senior Adviser, Acas West Midlands

B. Current issues for the modern Employment Tribunal: expansion or reduction?

 Shane Crawford, St Philips Chambers

Guest keynote speech: Horizon Scanning

Wendy Parker, Acas Regional director for the North of England


with an opportunity to raise questions and network with other delegates

Breakout 2: choose from

A. Let’s Talk about Sex: Equality and Respect in the Workplace

Alacoque Marvin, Wrigleys Solicitors

B. The Difficult Conversation - there may be Trouble Ahead

Jon Dews, Independent HR Consultant and formerly Senior Adviser, Acas West Midlands

In the Pipeline - Employment Laws Coming Your Way

Chris Billington, Wrigleys Solicitors


Or for further information contact: The events team on 0113 204 1122 or at
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