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            Employment Law Update Webinar

            Join us at our webinar where we will update you on the latest developments in employment law.
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            15 October 2019 13:00
            15 October 2019 14:00


            Time: 13:00 - 14:00

            The webinar will focus on relevant commercial implications of recent and forthcoming employment law changes, including a legislation update and a summary of the key cases before the courts and tribunals. From what constitutes "in the course of employment" for discrimination purposes, to keeping records on working time, we will provide a practical insight into what steps you as an employer can take to stay one step ahead.

            We will provide an overview of what is on the horizon, allowing you to plan ahead confidently. With ongoing Brexit talks, the Government's commitment to implementing the "Good Work Plan" and a number of consultations on sexual harassment in the workplace, the potential for change is great.

            We hope you can join us for this webinar where you will be given the opportunity to put your questions to members of the DWF employment team


            Meet the speakers

            Joanne Frew

            • Partner // Head of Employment (Manchester)

            Nigel Cousin

            • Senior Associate

            Sinead Donnelly

            • Senior Associate

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