Aaron & Partners to host Mock Employment Tribunal in association with gap personnel
18th September, 2013
Aaron & Partners LLP is hosting a mock employment tribunal, in association with gap personnel, to give attendees a unique opportunity to witness the workings of an employment tribunal.
This interactive event, taking place at 9am on Wednesday 15 October at the Park Royal in Warrington, is a true-to-life situation being brought to justice in front of an audience of over 40 delegates.
Head of Employment Law at Aaron & Partners, Helen Watson, says, ‘It is so important for people who work in HR, whether a director, manager or business owner, to understand how this complicated process works. This will give delegates a chance to see the pitfalls and how they can be overcome by highlighting likely situations.’
The half-day event begins with registration at 9am, with time to read the ‘bundle’ before the Tribunal Re-enactment starts at 9.45. There will be an introduction to explain the situation and this will be followed by witnesses giving evidence. After a break out session, to consider what cross examination questions should be asked, the cross examination will begin.
Closing speeches from the representatives will be given prior to a second break out session in which to consider what the decision should be. At 1pm the decision will be given and then delegates will enjoy a hot buffet lunch where they will be able to network and continue discussing the case.
For more information on this exciting, fast-paced look at the intricate proceedings of a tribunal please click here.
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