A one-day event offering practices the opportunity to take part in aninteractive workshop focusing on disciplinary and grievance issues isbeing held this November by SPVS, in association with Rickerbys LLP.
SPVS claims the Employment Day will be of interest to anyone thinking about taking on additional staff, anyone with employees, anyone responsible for human resource management or those simply wanting to find out more about employment law. It will also provide delegates with vital information about recent developments in employment legislation and case law, particularly in light of changes to the ACAS code of practice, which took place in April.
The Employment Day will also look at alternative business structures, documents within the business, insurance issues and successful succession planning.
The event, which takes place on November 20 at Hatherley Manor in Gloucester, promises to be an invaluable event for practices during the recession.
Organiser Jacqui Molyneux said: “This event will be invaluable to anyone with employees or anyone thinking about taking on additional staff, particularly in this difficult economic climate. It will aid sound financial planning and decision-making within practices. It promises to be popular so delegates are urged to book as soon as possible.”
Speakers include Edward Davies (partner and vead of the “vets team” at Rickerbys LLP), Matthew Clayton (partner, Rickerbys LLP) and Mark Beaney (LLP partner at Hazelwoods LLP).
The cost per delegate is £199 plus vat with a 10 per cent discount for SPVS members.