The Guildhall Employment & Discrimination Team is pleased to announce its annual Employment Seminar at the M-Shed, Bristol on Thursday 10th September 2015.
This topical and distinctive half-day seminar will cover a range of employment issues with a programme developed by specialist practitioners for delegates at all levels. The seminar will include: issues surrounding the use of atypical working arrangements, the enforcement of contractual and non-contractual promises, and an interactive presentation and question-and-answer session on the psychology of whistleblowing for employment lawyers.
Comprehensive written materials, refreshments and lunch will be provided
The conference is accredited with 3 CPD points (training reference 1383).
Normal delegate rate: £50.00 + VAT per delegate
Group 20% discount rate (for 2 or more bookings from the same firm): £37.50 + VAT per delegate
13.30: Registration & Refreshments
14.10: The new normal? Spotlight on atypical working arrangements – Douglas Leach, Guildhall Chambers
The well-publicised increasing prevalence of non-standard working arrangements presents particular challenges for advisers of employers and workers alike.
Douglas Leach reviews some difficult issues and recent developments.
15.05: Promises, promises: lateral thinking in enforcement – Suzanne Staunton, Guildhall Chambers
Promises are broken as often as they are made, and discretions are often reserved in respect of payments that employees may feel entitled to.
Suzanne Staunton looks at methods of enforcement and how employers can avoid getting into hot water.
15.50: TEA & COFFEE BREAK
16.15: The psychology of whistleblowing for employment lawyers – Debbie Grennan, Guildhall Chambers and Dr Joanna Wilde PhD, Chartered Psychologist
17.15: DRINKS AND CANAPES ON THE MSHED TERRACE
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