The second in this series of our ‘A Day in the Life’ Employment and HR workshops.
This monthly workshop series will build on the range of Employment Law topics covered so far, providing greater focus on the specific issues and areas which cause employers concern whilst retaining the practical case studies and question and answer sessions which are a key feature of a ‘A Day in the Life’.
This time around we will be inviting colleagues and external speakers with a particular insight on the topic in question to add real-life context to the sessions.
The ‘A Day in the Life’ workshops take place at our Teesside office every fourth Tuesday of the month between 8.15am and 9.45am. The topics for the first three sessions have been decided and we will confirm the future topics three months in advance although, as with the sessions themselves, participation is encouraged and are happy to cover any topics which would be of particular interest to businesses.
Tuesday 23 April 2019
Recruiting without recriminations
Tuesday 28 May 2019
Encouraging engagement: looking after your staff
Tuesday 25 June 2019
Workplace mediation in disciplinary and grievance proceedings
All of our A Day in the Life workshops are CPD accredited and free to attend. Please note places are limited to 2 per company.
If you would like to attend our May workshop, please book via Eventbrite using the booking link below.Click here to book
We’re delighted to announce the sponsor for our July TS18 Breakfast Club, Digital City.
DigitalCity drives the growth and development of a vibrant digital economy throughout Tees Valley.
They deliver digital business start-up, growth, cluster development programmes and bespoke support.
Are you a landlord or a tenant of commercial property? If so, we would be delighted to welcome you to ‘The Life Cycle of a Lease’, a series of commercial property workshops we are hosting in conjunction with local surveyors and building specialists, Robertson Simpson Ltd.
Come along and enjoy breakfast and networking at this unique venue in Newcastle; The Secret Tower, formerly known as Sallyport Tower, a Grade I listed tower built between 1265 and 1307, and once formed part of the main defensive fortifications of Newcastle City Walls.
Jacksons Law Firm would be delighted to welcome you to a free seminar to give advice on recovery of debt for businesses including overdue accounts in the construction sector.