Our Employment Law team will be holding a free Employment Law update on Thursday 28th March 2019.

We are also really pleased to be teaming up with specialist Cheryl Winter who will be providing a short session after the update on neurodiversity in the workplace.

Please see further details of the event below.

Timings

Join us for informal networking from 08.30am. The presentation will begin at 09.00am and finish at approximately 11.00am.

Venue

This event is being held in room G3 at BPP Law School, Whitehall 2, Whitehall Quay, Leeds LS1 4HR.

Event Summary

Marie , Andy, Vicky and Emma will be providing an overview of recent, upcoming and proposed changes in Employment Law and their impact on employers and HR practitioners. Our specialist Employment Law team will also discuss and recent case law and best practice.

There will be plenty of opportunity for discussion and Q&A.

We will be joined by Cheryl Winter.

Cheryl is a highly experienced coach with a specialism for neurodiversity (Dyslexia, ADHD, Autism). She has worked in the field of neurodiversity since 2011 and recently completed a 4-year role as Director of a Social Enterprise specialising in neurodiversity in the workplace.

Cheryl works with employees in the workplace creating sustainable and life changing strategies which allow their inner talents to emerge.

To book your place, please contact Zara at z.rafiq@consilialegal.co.uk or 0113 322 9222 on or before Friday 22nd March 2019.

We look forward to seeing you there!”

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