April 19, 2023

Employment Law Update (Nottingham)

Gateley Legal

  • Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • Update / In person
  • Nottingham Trent University, Old Chemistry Theatre - Newton & Arkwright Building, Goldsmith Street entrance
  • Book your place

We will be covering all of the latest employment law developments in legislation and case law.

Our experts will provide updates on the latest ‘need to know’ developments in employment law, including recent and anticipated legislation and case law on topics ranging from unfair dismissal to discrimination, immigration and redundancy.

Agenda:

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  • 9am: Arrival and refreshments 
  • 9.30am: Employment Law Update commences 
  • 11am: Comfort break
  • 12.30pm: Seminar close, followed by lunch and networking 

Topics covered:

  • Unfair dismissal
  • Settlement agreements
  • Redundancy
  • Unions and employer relations
  • Disciplinary procedures
  • Investigations 
  • TUPE
  • Discrimination
  • False CV’s and criminal offences
  • Immigration

Please note that we will present the latest updates in case law and legislation at our seminars so the above topics may change to reflect this.

Who should attend?

Our updates are aimed at:

  • all HR professionals
  • directors and managers
  • those who have a responsibility for people issues

Bookings

We have limited spaces at this event. Please email our events team or contact your usual employment law adviser if you would like to bring more than three people from your organisation.

Location

Nottingham Trent University, Old Chemistry Theatre - Newton & Arkwright Building, Goldsmith Street entrance

Please access the building from the Goldsmith Street entrance where you will find a welcome desk and be directed to the Old Chemistry Theatre by the University’s helpful staff.

Nottingham Trent University’s Grade II listed Newton and Arkwright buildings have recently undergone a massive £90m regeneration project, revamping them while retaining their historic beauty with an ultra-modern Central Court now linking the two together.