Contents tagged with Seminar

  • GDPR seminar with guest speaker E_Radar

    Tags: Seminar, GDPR, Guest Speaker

    On Tuesday 13th March SCE Solicitors, with guest speaker Will Roebuck from E_Radar, held a full day workshop at our offices in Leeds, to explain the GDPR obligations for Employers.  The sell-out session was a huge success and received outstanding feedback. 

    From the completed surveys -

    • 80% said that the seminar met their expectations and the other 20% said that their expectations were met over and beyond.

    • When asked about the style and content of the speakers 60% said that it was good and the other 40% said that it was excellent.

    • All the attendees said that the workshop was relevant to their needs, with 60% of them saying it was very relevant.

    • All the attendees said that they would recommend the workshop to colleagues.

    When asked what they … more

  • What's hot in HR and Employment Law!

    Tags: Employment Law, Seminar, Training

      

    John Dickens, Paralegal 

    Team SCE were out and about this week doing what we do best, which is of course provide discussion and advice relating to the dynamic world of employment law and HR.

    Owing to our renowned expertise on the subject we were invited by the Chartered Institute of Personal Development to deliver a seminar at Leeds Metropolitan University to a range of HR Managers, HR Consultancies and freelancers on the trending topics in the employment sphere.

    ‘Trending’ is quite the appropriate word as a good deal of the seminar focused upon the hot button issue of social media and how to manage this in the workplace. This included explaining how to ensure your policies on social media are as robust and clear as possible, as well as some entertaining … more

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  • Advice for Employers on Accommodating Parents with Premature or Sick Babies

    Tags: Maternity Leave, Maternity Rights, Maternity Pay, Statutory Maternity Pay, Premature or Sick Babies, MAT B1, Maternity Allowance

    Every year, over 95,000 babies (or 1 in 8 babies born) are cared for in neonatal units in the UK due to premature birth or sickness. While some pregnancies inherently pose a higher risk for premature birth, such as twins and multiples, there is no guarantee a mother will be able to carry to-term.  

    Depending on how premature or sick the babies may be at birth, parents might find that their babies have to stay weeks or months in hospital, and some of these babies may continue to be at risk even after being discharged. In some cases, the babies may be transferred to a different or specialist hospital if the treatment or care they require is not available in the area in which they are born.  

    Maternity Leave: 

    Doctors and midwives must issue the pregnant … more

    

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