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Employment Law Masterclass – Hybrid Working

6th October, 2021

5-7 Grosvenor Court
Foregate Street
Chester CH1 1HG

09:00am - 1:00pm

Contact

Claire Brook Employment Law Partner

01244 405575 / 07912 781631
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Event Details

An in-depth look at key areas of employment law relating to hybrid working, the contractual and policy considerations and more.

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Aimed at Business Owners, Managing Directors and Director Level HR Professionals, the Aaron & Partners Employment Law Masterclasses will leave delegates with an up to date and in-depth understanding of key areas of employment law relating to hybrid working, the contractual and policy considerations and the confidence to address sometimes complex/difficult situations within the workplace that could lead to potential disputes if not handled correctly.

The Masterclasses will run over 3.5 hours, and will be held at our Chester office. This session is limited to 7 delegates, allowing intimate, small groups of peers, one on one time with the presenters and the opportunity for idea-sharing within the group each session.

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This session will take you through the procedure from beginning to end, and leave you with top tips for an effective process, including

1. Hybrid working models and trends

2. Employers obligations

3. Key contractual and practical considerations

4. Legal framework

5. Consultation requirements

6. What to include in your policy

7. Flexible working in a hybrid world

8. Potential risks and claims

9. Tricky issues and scenarios

Please note that places are limited due to the format of the day.

Please note we reserve the right to decline a booking request and entry for any business or individual we believe is seeking to promote their business in competition with the services we offer rather than to attend the event in good faith.

For example, law firms who do not offer employment law services are welcome to attend but an employment law partner at a different firm would be declined.

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