Any Questions: GDPR; Restrictive Covenants; Policies and Procedures; Disciplinary IssuesPosted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 13 December 2017
Scott: Welcome everybody to the fourth webinar of the series with O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors where we're dealing with questions from customers and clients about employment law issues, the "Any Questions?" webinar. This is the last one of 2017. As of next year we're going to be changing time and day. We're moving from Wednesday at 12:00, and we're going to be on the first Friday of the month at 11:00 in the mornings. So you can grab a cup of tea with your colleagues. And send us some questions, listen in, use it as a kind of group CPD event if you like.
But today we're going to be looking at some questions that were sent in either live today or indeed previously to either me or to Seamus.
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