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Gregg Latchams Announces New Employment Breakfast

20 October 2017 |

Employment law is changing all the time, leaving employers and employees at the mercy of altered restrictions and rules that can prove complicated and problematic. Here at Gregg Latchams, we will be offering our expert guidance on a variety of employment law topics at our new Employment Breakfasts, open to anyone who wishes to discover clarity in the chaos.

The very first of our series will be hosted right here at the Gregg Latchams offices in Queen Square, Bristol, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. on Wednesday 8th November – and the topic is “Disciplinary Hearings – Dos and Don’ts”.

Nick Jones,  is ready to get in the coffee and talk about the theoretical and practical things that employers need to be aware of when it comes to disciplinary hearings: “Without the correct advice, a disciplinary hearing can go badly for both sides of the table. Our relaxed and informal Employment Breakfast will give attendees the chance to hear our thoughts, ask questions, and better understand the impact that a disciplinary hearing could have on their business.”

Here at Gregg Latchams, we’re passionate about offering practical and jargon-free advice alongside our consultancy, and this new event is the perfect opportunity for any business, regardless of size and whatever industry they operate in, to gain first class support in some of the more delicate employment concerns.

Make sure that you register for your space at the limited availability breakfast by clicking here.

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The contents of this article are intended for general information purposes only and shall not be deemed to be, or constitute legal advice. We cannot accept responsibility for any loss as a result of acts or omissions taken in respect of this article.

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