HR and Employment Law Forum


Kingston Smith is delighted to invite you to their first HR & Employment Law Forum. The aim is for you to gain useful insights to take back to your own organisation.

 

About the Forum

If you run a business and employ staff, the Forum is the perfect opportunity for you to keep up to date with recent HR and employment law developments. You will also meet other business owners and managers from a cross-section of companies within the local area. You can discuss any tricky issues you have with your peers in a relaxed, roundtable environment. Additionally, the team of specialists provide advice, support and ideas drawn from our own experiences.

Topics covered so far in other offices include: how to deal with unacceptable comments on social media; how to dismiss a problem employee; developing case law about holiday pay; and the gig economy. The discussion will focus on practical tips for companies to minimise their risks and liabilities.

 

Event details

Date: Wednesday 16 May 2018
Time: 9.00am to 10.30am
Cost: Free
Location: Kingston Smith LLP, The Shipping Building, The Old Vinyl Factory, Blyth Road, Hayes, London UB3 1HA

Parking: Parking is available in the yellow Music Box car park within The Old Vinyl Factory and needs to be pre-booked. The entrance is on Blyth Road. Please contact them on 020 8848 5500 if you would like to park in the Music Box while attending this event.

 

About Kingston Smith HR Consultancy 

Kingston Smith HR Consultancy offers bespoke HR and employment law services across multiple business sectors. They take a commercial and pragmatic approach which is supported by an experienced and committed team, who are all ex-HR business partners, managers and directors. Kingston Smith HR Consultancy prides itself on adding value and being passionate about helping you achieve your goals and get the most out of your employees.

For more information, please click here.

 

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