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Agency Workers Regulations – What is the future?

Employment Law can often seem like a minefield, so we have put together a brief guide of what to look out for over the coming months.


Agency Worker Regulations Seminar:

How will these changes effect you?

The AWR, designed to provide equal treatment for agency workers is coming into affect on the 1st October 2011.


To assist local employers to understand their obligations under these new regulations, we have partnered with Paul Chamberlain, Partner at Brabners Chaffe Street, an Employment Law professional for the leading North West firm and expert in this field to host our seminar on the subject on 9th June


Paul is a recognised leader in the law relating to recruitment agencies and is the appointed employment law adviser to TEAM (The Employment Agents’ Movement), REC (Recruitment and Employment Confederation) and ALP (Association of Labour Providers).


It is essential that as an employer you understand how these changes may affect you, and this seminar will provide an overview of the new Regulations along with tips to ensure you are prepared.


If you would like to receive more information on this forthcoming seminar, email or call us on 01225 777157.


Do not miss out on this excellent opportunity to understand how these changes could affect you and how you, as a local employer need to be prepared.

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