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!


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