News: April 2019
We are all striving for a more diverse workforce, but the reality is not always as easy to attain as the ideal we aspire to. Experts in leadership / employee engagement and employment law will consider some of the issues around this subject, including: What is diversity Myths and reality about diverse teams How to […]
We would be delighted if you could join us on Thursday 25th April for the next HR Matters seminar at Freeths Manchester in conjunction with the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce. Who should attend this session: HR Managers, HR Business Partners, Heads of HR, Business Owners What the session will deliver: A round table discussion of […]
We are delighted to invite you to attend our Contentious Trusts and Probate evening seminar in association with New Square Chambers. The seminar will be based upon a case study involving two warring siblings in a dispute over one of their late parent’s estate. It will cover topical issues such as lifetime transaction disputes, the duties of executors and […]
Welcome to our April Employment Law Review. In this bulletin we take a look at new neurodiversity guidance, a further development on holiday pay, the question of when suspending an employee amounts to a breach of contract, and gender diversity in the boardroom. We also highlight key dates and new rates to be aware of […]
Emerging and continuing trends in institutional arbitration rules enacted in 2018 As we are well underway with 2019, it is time to look back and consider any emerging and continuing trends in respect of the institutional arbitration rules that came into force throughout 2018. While 2017 was a significant year for international arbitration, given that […]
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