Employment Law and HR Afternoon Tea

On Thursday 15th February 2018 at 4pm we are holding an Employment Law and HR Afternoon tea. This event will be aligned with "The Great Legal Bakeoff", which aims to raise money to go towards supporting the valuable work of law centres and legal advice agencies. Last year over £33,000 was raised nationally.

This quarter we are raising awareness amongst employers that in times of adversity cutting staff is not the only option available to them and at this event we will give a brief talk on ways in which you can avoid making compulsory redundancies.

There will then be the opportunity for delegates to informally network and introduce their businesses to others in the room. There will be plenty of cake available so please come with your pockets full of change so you can make a generous donation.

We look forward to seeing you.

https://sceafternoontea.eventbrite.co.uk 

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