Mental Well being in the workplace and Employment law update

Details of our November 7th Educational Seminar and early Business Networking

Claire Brook, Employment Law Partner at Aaron and Partners will take us on a whistle stop tour of how employers must promote and proactively manage Mental health in the workplace.

In addition Claire will also provide some insights into what lies ahead for Employers with regards to changes and developments in Employment law through 2020.

About the Educational Seminar Presenter this month

Claire studied law, human resource management and Japanese at Keele University. After a spell working in Cumbria, where she qualified as a solicitor, and in the North East, Claire joined Aaron and Partners in July 2005 and became a partner in June 2009.

Claire advises a wide range of employers on all aspects of employment law, from recruitment and employment, through to complex dismissals and representation at employment tribunals.

Claire has substantial expertise in contractual terms and policies and human resource issues. In particular, she regularly advises clients regarding sensitive or complex grievance and disciplinary matters. Claire also advises clients regarding TUPE and redundancies (including collective consultation).

Attendees will benefit from learning from Claire in key 2 areas:

Mental Health

  • Employers obligations and the relevant statutory framework
  • Key cases
  • Best practice guidance

The future of Employment law in 2020

  • Good Work plan
  • Parental bereavement rights
  • Family friendly changes
  • IR35

To reserve your slot at this Seminar, which is available to all Lunch time network attendees, then please either

Call Tracy on 07768 962 602


Register on our register form which can be found here

Book and pay online here

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