In collaboration with leading set of London barrister’s chambers, The 36 Group, Teni Shahiean of OTS Solicitors is delighted to announce a free employment law webinar.
The first drop-in client webinar on employment law will take place on Thursday the 30th April at 13:30 In order to register for this free online event please click the link below:
Many employers and HR directors are overwhelmed by all the recent changes in employment law whilst also feeling isolated as they are unable to attend seminars and training events during the Covid-19 lock down.
To keep in touch with clients (new and old) OTS Solicitors in conjunction with The 36 Group are providing a free informal drop-in webinar on Thursday 30th April at 13:30 on employment law with the offer of free 30-minute complimentary advice for anyone joining the webinar and who has any follow-up questions to ask.
Why a webinar? It is a convenient way to stay in touch and to keep you up to date with developments in employment law.
If you would like to join the webinar call us on 0203 959 9123 or complete our online enquiry form.
OTS Solicitors and The 36 Group both feature in the two leading law directories, Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession and The Legal 500.
If the employment law webinar on the 30th April isn’t convenient to you or if you would like to discuss OTS Solicitors training services for employers and HR departments then please call us on 0203 959 9123 to discuss your training service requirements so we can tailor an individual training event for your in-house counsel or HR department or a one-to-one training session.
In order to register for this free online event please click the link below:
- Employment Law
- Employment Law For Employees
- Employment Law For Employers
- Dismissal and your rights
- Discrimination at work claims
- Compromise agreements
- Employment Contracts
- Settlement Agreements
- Redundancy payments and process
- Unlawful Deduction From Wages and Under Payment
- Fees for Employment Services
- Grievances & Disciplinary Procedures
- Bullying & harassment
- Litigation, Courts and Tribunals
- Employment Tribunal Claims
Posted on: Friday, 24 April, 2020