Annual Review of Employment Law Session SpotlightsPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 1 November 2021 Issues covered: IR35, changes in worker status, reforms in GB, employer liability, long term absence, long covid, returning to work from absence
This is your last chance to book your place at Legal Island's Annual Review of Employment Law conference!
Join over 300 of your peers for the biggest and best annual update on the most important employment law developments affecting employers in Northern Ireland.
Want to know more about the speakers and what they will be covering on the day?
In the run up to the conference we caught up Mark McAllister, Louise McAloon, Seamus McGranaghan and Stuart Nottingham to find out why their session is important to HR professionals in Northern Ireland and why you should attend.
You can watch their session spolight by clicking on their video below!
Watch Mark McAllister's Session Spotlight
"Mark was excellent as always - makes a potentially dry subject interesting and engaging!"
Alison Logan, Head of HR, Northern Ireland Office
Watch Louise McAloon's Session Spotlight
"An excellent session. Louise's sessions are always really enjoyable and her practical approach to difficult workplace situations is so refreshing.
Louise Fitzsimons, HR Manager, Newry, Mourne and Down District Council
Watch Seamus McGranaghan's Session Spotlight
"As always Seamus is clear, concise and easy to follow!"
Noeleen Farnan, Director, Business Primis
Watch Stuart Nottingham's Session Spotlight
Last Chance to Book
This is your last chance to book your place at our Annual Review of Employment Law conference on the 10 & 11 November. You can find out more information and book your place here: https://www.legal-island.com/event/annual-review-of-employment-law-2021/This article is correct at 01/11/2021
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