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Past Events Employment 17th Oct 2019, 08:30 to 10:30

HR Matters: Conducting Effective Disciplinary Investigations – Manchester – 17 October

HR Matters: Conducting Effective Disciplinary Investigations

In conjunction with The Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, we would be delighted if you would join us for the next HR Matters seminar at our Manchester office on 17th October.

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 the burning issues affecting your workforce and how as a member of the HR team or a business owner you can support them. Next month we will kick off the session with a discussion about conducting effective disciplinary investigations.

  • An opportunity to discuss and share knowledge and best practice.
  • Specialist legal advice and guidance delivered in a constructive and commercial way.
  • Personal development and upskilling.

What the session will not be about:

  • Chalk and talk (no PowerPoint).
  • Going through the finer details of case law.
  • Going over the basics.
  • Delegates will be invited to submit questions and topic suggestions one week before the session.


Registration, working and a light breakfast will be from 8.30am. The seminar will begin at 9am and will close at 10.30am.


Freeths LLP, 5 New York Street, Manchester, M1 4JB

Register your interest to attend this event by completing the form below.

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