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Law firm Furley Page to host Employment Law Update event at Holiday Inn Rochester

Law firm Furley Page is set to host its annual Employment Law Update workshop later this month.

Held in conjunction with the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, the event aims to give business leaders and HR professionals the opportunity to gain insights into the latest changes in employment law.

Andrew Masters, head of employment at Furley Page
Andrew Masters, head of employment at Furley Page

Specialists from the firm, which has offices in Chatham, Canterbury and Whitstable, will host the event on Wednesday, October 16 at the Holiday Inn Rochester in Chatham.

The workshop is open to chamber members and non-members whatever the size of their workforce.

The workshop will cover a range of subjects including current developments in employment law, practical guidance on how to prepare for any forthcoming changes, key dates for employment law reform, and the effects on HR policies, procedures and people management.

The session will also include a round-up of recent employment law cases to provide real-world examples, as well an opportunity for questions and answers.

Andrew Masters, partner and head of employment at Furley Page, said: “These workshops are always very popular as they provide employers and HR professionals with the latest insights in the complex area of employment law, helping businesses to prepare for and implement any changes.

Event will be held at the Holiday Inn Rochester in Chatham
Event will be held at the Holiday Inn Rochester in Chatham

“The sessions are interactive, with plenty of opportunity for questions and answers throughout, so delegates can discuss areas that are of interest to their organisation. Given that we’re holding the workshop a fortnight before the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, I think it’s safe to assume that there may be a few questions about Brexit which we’ll endeavour to answer.”

Registration is from 8am, and the event runs from 8.30am until noon.

Tickets cost £75 which includes refreshments.

For details on how to secure a place visit here.

The session is not open to delegates from other law firms and independent HR advisers.

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