Employment Law Update Breakfast Workshop – 6 July 2017

**This event is now fully booked – if you are interested in coming we can add you to our reserve list in case another person drops out. Otherwise, we still have some spaces available for our evening workshop on 18 July.**

Join the solicitors at Pure Employment Law for our summer update, bringing you up to speed on all the latest developments in the fast-paced world of employment law. By popular demand, we will update you in a round table format with lots of opportunity to ask questions.

As ever, there’s no shortage of topics to cover, and we will bring you our usual down to earth take on topics including the following:

– The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – what you need to know, and what you should be doing now to prepare

– Brexit – practical steps employers can take

– Case law update, covering cases on:

      – Unfair Dismissal

      – Social Media

      – Discrimination

      – The right to be accompanied in disciplinary and grievance meetings

– Q&A / surgery session

If there is a particular topic you are keen for us to cover, please do let us know!

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from our friendly team, with the chance for discussion both during and after the workshop.

Location & Times

This workshop will be a breakfast event on Thursday 6 July with registration from 8am with refreshments available. The workshop will begin at 8.30am and we would expect to finish at around 9.45am.

The event will be held at in our seminar room at our offices, 1 Little London, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1PH (please click here for a map).

Our office is very close to the Little London public car park, but it is within easy reach of the other city centre car parks too (the city parking map is available here).

How to Book

In order to book your place, please complete the form at the right hand side of this page. There is no charge for this event. Places are available on a first come, first served basis and we will contact you to confirm your booking. As numbers are limited, we reserve the right to limit the number of attendees per organisation. Due to the popularity of our events please note that a place is only guaranteed once we have confirmed your booking by email.

We look forward to seeing you!

 

Employment Law Update Evening Workshop – 13 July 2017

**This event is now fully booked – if you are interested in coming we can add you to our reserve list in case another person drops out. Otherwise, we still have some spaces available for our evening workshop on 18 July.**

Join the solicitors at Pure Employment Law for our summer update, bringing you up to speed on all the latest developments in the fast-paced world of employment law. By popular demand, we will update you in a round table format with lots of opportunity to ask questions.

As ever, there’s no shortage of topics to cover, and we will bring you our usual down to earth take on topics including the following:

– The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – what you need to know, and what you should be doing now to prepare

– Brexit – practical steps employers can take

– Case law update, covering cases on:

      – Unfair Dismissal

      – Social Media

      – Discrimination

      – The right to be accompanied in disciplinary and grievance meetings

– Q&A / surgery session

If there is a particular topic you are keen for us to cover, please do let us know!

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from our friendly team, with the chance for discussion both during and after the workshop.

Location & Times

This workshop will be an evening event on Thursday 13 July with registration from 5.30pm with refreshments available. The workshop will begin at 6.00pm and we would expect to finish at around 7.15pm.

The event will be held at in our seminar room at our offices, 1 Little London, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1PH (please click here for a map).

Our office is very close to the Little London public car park, but it is within easy reach of the other city centre car parks too (the city parking map is available here).

How to Book

In order to book your place, please complete the form at the right hand side of this page. There is no charge for this event. Places are available on a first come, first served basis and we will contact you to confirm your booking. As numbers are limited, we reserve the right to limit the number of attendees per organisation. Due to the popularity of our events please note that a place is only guaranteed once we have confirmed your booking by email.

We look forward to seeing you!

 

Evening Workshop – Hot Topics for 2017 – 16 February

We are delighted to invite you to join us for our next series of workshops where we will be covering the hottest employment law topics for 2017. As usual, we will be using a round table format, giving you lots of opportunity for discussion and questions.

The sessions will involve our usual practical, down to earth take on topics including the following:

– Employment status and the ‘gig’ economy

– Gender pay reporting

– Preparing for Brexit

– The future of Employment Tribunals

– Cases to watch in 2017

If there are any other topics you are keen for us to cover, please do let us know!

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from our friendly team, with the chance for discussion both during and after the presentation.

Location & Times

This seminar will be an evening event on Thursday 16 February with registration from 5.30pm, with refreshments available. The workshop will begin at 6.00pm and we would expect to finish at around 7.00pm.

The event will be held at in our seminar room at our offices, 1 Little London, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1PH (please click here for a map).

Our office is very close to the Little London public car park, but it is within easy reach of the other city centre car parks too (the city parking map is available here).

How to Book

In order to book your place, please complete the form at the right hand side of this page. There is no charge for this event. Places are available on a first come, first served basis and we will contact you to confirm your booking. As numbers are limited, we reserve the right to limit the number of attendees per organisation. Due to the popularity of our events please note that a place is only guaranteed once we have confirmed your booking by email.

We look forward to seeing you!

Evening Workshop – Hot Topics for 2017 – 2 February

**Please note that this event is now fully booked – if you are interested in coming we can add you to our reserve list in case another person drops out. Otherwise, we still have some spaces for our evening workshop on 16 February – please click here for more information.**

We are delighted to invite you to join us for our next series of workshops where we will be covering the hottest employment law topics for 2017. As usual, we will be using a round table format, giving you lots of opportunity for discussion and questions.

The sessions will involve our usual practical, down to earth take on topics including the following:

– Employment status and the ‘gig’ economy

– Gender pay reporting

– Preparing for Brexit

– The future of Employment Tribunals

– Cases to watch in 2017

If there are any other topics you are keen for us to cover, please do let us know!

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from our friendly team, with the chance for discussion both during and after the presentation.

Location & Times

This seminar will be an evening event on Thursday 2 February with registration from 5.30pm, with refreshments available. The workshop will begin at 6.00pm and we would expect to finish at around 7.00pm.

The event will be held at in our seminar room at our offices, 1 Little London, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1PH (please click here for a map).

Our office is very close to the Little London public car park, but it is within easy reach of the other city centre car parks too (the city parking map is available here).

How to Book

**Please note that this event is now fully booked – if you are interested in coming we can add you to our reserve list in case another person drops out. Otherwise, we still have some spaces for our evening workshop on 16 February – please click here for more information.**

In order to book your place, please complete the form at the right hand side of this page. There is no charge for this event. Places are available on a first come, first served basis and we will contact you to confirm your booking. As numbers are limited, we reserve the right to limit the number of attendees per organisation. Due to the popularity of our events please note that a place is only guaranteed once we have confirmed your booking by email.

We look forward to seeing you!

Breakfast Workshop – Hot Topics for 2017 – 26 January

We are delighted to invite you to join us for our next series of workshops where we will be covering the hottest employment law topics for 2017. As usual, we will be using a round table format, giving you lots of opportunity for discussion and questions.

The sessions will involve our usual practical, down to earth take on topics including the following:

– Employment status and the ‘gig’ economy

– Gender pay reporting

– Preparing for Brexit

– The future of Employment Tribunals

– Cases to watch in 2017

If there are any other topics you are keen for us to cover, please do let us know!

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from our friendly team, with the chance for discussion both during and after the presentation.

Location & Times

This seminar will be a breakfast event on Thursday 26 January with registration from 8am with refreshments available. The workshop will begin at 8.30am and we would expect to finish at around 9.30am.

The event will be held at in our seminar room at our offices, 1 Little London, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1PH (please click here for a map).

Our office is very close to the Little London public car park, but it is within easy reach of the other city centre car parks too (the city parking map is available here).

How to Book

In order to book your place, please complete the form at the right hand side of this page. There is no charge for this event. Places are available on a first come, first served basis and we will contact you to confirm your booking. As numbers are limited, we reserve the right to limit the number of attendees per organisation. Due to the popularity of our events please note that a place is only guaranteed once we have confirmed your booking by email.

We look forward to seeing you!

Breakfast Workshop – Hot Topics for 2017 – 19 January

We are delighted to invite you to join us for our next series of workshops where we will be covering the hottest employment law topics for 2017. As usual, we will be using a round table format, giving you lots of opportunity for discussion and questions.

The sessions will involve our usual practical, down to earth take on topics including the following:

– Employment status and the ‘gig’ economy

– Gender pay reporting

– Preparing for Brexit

– The future of Employment Tribunals

– Cases to watch in 2017

If there are any other topics you are keen for us to cover, please do let us know!

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from our friendly team, with the chance for discussion both during and after the presentation.

Location & Times

This seminar will be a breakfast event on Thursday 19 January with registration from 8am with refreshments available. The workshop will begin at 8.30am and we would expect to finish at around 9.30am.

The event will be held at in our seminar room at our offices, 1 Little London, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1PH (please click here for a map).

Our office is very close to the Little London public car park, but it is within easy reach of the other city centre car parks too (the city parking map is available here).

How to Book

In order to book your place, please complete the form at the right hand side of this page. There is no charge for this event. Places are available on a first come, first served basis and we will contact you to confirm your booking. As numbers are limited, we reserve the right to limit the number of attendees per organisation. Due to the popularity of our events please note that a place is only guaranteed once we have confirmed your booking by email.

We look forward to seeing you!

Training Session – Equal Opportunities & Discrimination

Our half day training course will help you understand the law and practice around equal opportunities and discrimination issues.

This session is aimed at anyone with responsibility for dealing with employee matters in the workplace. Whether you are a manager, business owner or HR professional, we will ensure that we bring you up to date on the law in this area. We will give you a better understanding of the ways in which unlawful discrimination can arise, and give you confidence in dealing with any equal opportunities issues that may arise in your organisation.

The course will be delivered by our team of experienced employment lawyers, and will be run in an interactive round table format. The course will involve a variety of activities, including case studies and some role-play. Delegate numbers are strictly limited to ensure that everyone has the opportunity ask questions, share experiences and gain maximum benefit from the event.

The course will cover all the key points, including:

  • What are the protected characteristics?
  • Direct discrimination
  • Indirect discrimination
  • Victimisation
  • Harassment
  • Dealing with allegations of discrimination
  • Discrimination claims
  • Equal opportunities policies – what should they say?
  • Implementing policies in practice
  • Discrimination in recruitment
  • Employer liability for acts of discrimination and the potential defences
  • Individual liability
  • How to avoid ending up in an Employment Tribunal

(Please note that Equal Pay issues will be outside the scope of this course.)

To book your place, please complete the form on the top right of this page, email us at [email protected] or telephone 01243 836840. Our booking terms and conditions are set out below.

 

Pure Employment Law
Terms and Conditions for Training Courses

How to book

Bookings can be made by completing the online booking form on our website, or by email or telephone. Please email [email protected] or call 01243 836840.

Booking confirmation
Once we have received notification of your booking, we will send you an email with an electronic copy of our invoice. The invoice can be paid by bank transfer or cheque.

Upon receipt of your payment we will email you as confirmation that your place is now guaranteed. Please note that your place is only guaranteed once we have confirmed that payment has been received.

Fees
All Pure Employment Law training courses are subject to VAT at the current rate. Course fees include tuition on the day/days, all relevant course materials, and light refreshments.

Special requirements
Please let us know if you have any special requirements. Pure Employment Law will make every effort to accommodate special requirements (such as accessibility or dietary requirements) that have been notified in advance when a booking is made.

Joining instructions
Joining instructions including outline of the course, venue details, map and local car park details will be issued approximately two to four weeks prior to the course. If you have not received your joining instructions three days prior to the training course, please call 01243 836840. Pure Employment Law will not be held responsible for non-receipt of joining instructions and refunds will not be issued under such circumstances.

Cancelling your place
If you notify Pure Employment Law in writing (via email, letter or fax) no later than 14 days before your course date, you will receive a full refund less an administration fee of £20 per delegate. If you withdraw for whatever reason less than 14 days before the course date, or if you fail to attend the course, the full fee will remain payable.

Cancellation by Pure Employment Law
Where circumstances dictate, Pure Employment Law reserves the right to alter published programmes, trainers, fees or venues without prior notice. In the event of a course being cancelled, a full refund of the course fee will be made but no compensation will be paid for any additional costs incurred.

Dress code
There is no dress code; however, most participants choose to wear smart casual clothing.

Liability
Pure Employment Law does not accept responsibility for anyone acting as a result of information or views expressed on its training courses including course material. Opinions expressed by trainers during the course do not constitute legal advice. Participants should take specific legal advice separately when dealing with specific situations.

Certificates of Attendance

We are happy to provide Certificates of Attendance on request, for delegates’ training records.

Training Session – Disciplinary & Grievance

Join us for this half day session in which we will help you get to grips with how to handle disciplinary and grievance issues.

This session is aimed at anyone with responsibility for dealing with disciplinary and/or grievance matters in the workplace. Whether you are a manager, business owner or HR professional, we will ensure that we bring you up to date on the law in this area, give you a better understanding of the procedural requirements, and give you confidence in dealing with any disciplinary and grievance issues that may arise in your organisation.

The course will be delivered by our team of experienced employment lawyers, and will be run in an interactive round table format. The course will involve a variety of activities, including case studies and some role-play. Delegate numbers are strictly limited to ensure that everyone has the opportunity ask questions, share experiences and gain maximum benefit from the event.

The course will cover all the key points, including:

  • Informal chat or formal disciplinary action?
  • Your organisation’s disciplinary and grievance procedures
  • Dealing with employees with short service
  • The ACAS Code of Practice – why it matters
  • The disciplinary and grievance processes: investigation, hearing, appeal
  • Who undertakes the various stages
  • Investigations
  • The invitation to the hearing and the ‘paper trail’
  • The hearing itself
  • The outcome and communicating it
  • The appeal and communicating the outcome
  • The right to be accompanied
  • How to avoid ending up in an Employment Tribunal!
  • Tricky scenarios that might arise

To book your place, please complete the form on the top right of this page, email us at [email protected] or telephone 01243 836840. Our booking terms and conditions are set out below.

 

Pure Employment Law
Terms and Conditions for Training Courses

How to book

Bookings can be made by completing the online booking form on our website, or by email or telephone. Please email [email protected] or call 01243 836840.

Booking confirmation
Once we have received notification of your booking, we will send you an email with an electronic copy of our invoice. The invoice can be paid by bank transfer or cheque.

Upon receipt of your payment we will email you as confirmation that your place is now guaranteed. Please note that your place is only guaranteed once we have confirmed that payment has been received.

Fees
All Pure Employment Law training courses are subject to VAT at the current rate. Course fees include tuition on the day/days, all relevant course materials, and light refreshments.

Special requirements
Please let us know if you have any special requirements. Pure Employment Law will make every effort to accommodate special requirements (such as accessibility or dietary requirements) that have been notified in advance when a booking is made.

Joining instructions
Joining instructions including outline of the course, venue details, map and local car park details will be issued approximately two to four weeks prior to the course. If you have not received your joining instructions three days prior to the training course, please call 01243 836840. Pure Employment Law will not be held responsible for non-receipt of joining instructions and refunds will not be issued under such circumstances.

Cancelling your place
If you notify Pure Employment Law in writing (via email, letter or fax) no later than 14 days before your course date, you will receive a full refund less an administration fee of £20 per delegate. If you withdraw for whatever reason less than 14 days before the course date, or if you fail to attend the course, the full fee will remain payable.

Cancellation by Pure Employment Law
Where circumstances dictate, Pure Employment Law reserves the right to alter published programmes, trainers, fees or venues without prior notice. In the event of a course being cancelled, a full refund of the course fee will be made but no compensation will be paid for any additional costs incurred.

Dress code
There is no dress code; however, most participants choose to wear smart casual clothing.

Liability
Pure Employment Law does not accept responsibility for anyone acting as a result of information or views expressed on its training courses including course material. Opinions expressed by trainers during the course do not constitute legal advice. Participants should take specific legal advice separately when dealing with specific situations.

Certificates of Attendance

We are happy to provide Certificates of Attendance on request, for delegates’ training records.

Employment Law Update Breakfast Workshop – 12 July 2016

Join the solicitors at Pure Employment Law for our summer update, bringing you up to speed on all the latest developments in the fast-paced world of employment law. Read more

Employment Law Update Evening Workshop – 14 July 2016

Join the solicitors at Pure Employment Law for our summer update, bringing you up to speed on all the latest developments in the fast-paced world of employment law. By popular demand, this year we will be using a round table format, giving lots of opportunity to ask questions.

As ever, there’s no shortage of topics to cover, and we will give you our usual down to earth take on topics including the following:

– National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage issues
– Whistleblowing
– Childcare vouchers and maternity leave
– Vicarious liability
– Gender pay reporting
– Where we are on holiday pay
– Employee monitoring
– General case law update

If there is a particular topic you are keen for us to cover, please do let us know!

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from our friendly team, with the chance for discussion both during and after the presentation.

Location & Times

This seminar will be an evening event on Thursday 14 July with registration from 5.30pm with refreshments available. The workshop will begin at 6.00pm and we would expect to finish at around 7.30pm.

The event will be held at in our new seminar room at our offices, 1 Little London, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1PH (please click here for a map).

Our office is very close to the Little London public car park, but it is within easy reach of the other city centre car parks too (the city parking map is available here).

How to Book

In order to book your place, please complete the form at the right hand side of this page. There is no charge for this event. Places are available on a first come, first served basis and we will contact you to confirm your booking. As numbers are limited, we reserve the right to limit the number of attendees per organisation. Due to the popularity of our events please note that a place is only guaranteed once we have confirmed your booking by email.

We look forward to seeing you!