Issue 59, November 2011
Easy ways to be taken to an Employment Tribunal...
And even easier ways to avoid
it in the first place
As an employer, it is essential you get things
right when employing or recruiting staff. Employment law is one of the most complex
and fastest developing areas of law in the UK, where even
small mistakes can be costly.
No business can afford to ignore employment law and be on
the receiving end of one of the 218,000 Employment
Tribunal claims that are submitted every year - an increase
of 44% from those submitted in 2008-09. We
believe that the better informed you are from the outset, the
better chance you have of avoiding a claim.
From hiring to firing, it is easy to fall foul
of complicated employment law, or a piece of legislation you didn't
realise applied to
How can we help you?
Hosting a FREE* Employment Seminar
|If you are a business
owner, HR Professional, Director or Manager, you will
find this informal presentation of benefit.
To assist local
employers to understand their obligations, we have teamed up
with Sylvester Mackett Solicitors to deliver a
FREE* essential workshop that will guide you
through the complexities of employment law and how you can
avoid a potentially crippling Employment Tribunal claim.
Thursday, 26th January 2012
10am - 11.30am, Registration: 9.30am Cumberwell Park,
What does the workshop cover?
Seminar highlights include identifying the most common
claims employers face when considering:
- Employment Status - including
- Hiring staff
- Handling grievances and
- Contractual terms and conditions
- Annual Leave
- Dismissing employees
Our workshop is designed to help keep you, and
your managers, up to date with employment law and
give you the confidence in dealing with any employment
issues that arise.
What will your delegates
By the end of the presentation, your delegates will:
- Have an overview of the common
causes of Employment Tribunal claims
- Know how to minimise the risk of
- Have an overview of the Tribunal
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* First delegate FREE, £20.00 plus VAT for
each additional delegate attending from the same organisation
** Closing date for bookings:
20th January 2012, please note cancellations after this date may result in
"Additional Delegates" charges still being invoiced