EEF NI ANNUAL EMPLOYMENT LAW & HR CONFERENCE – 15 & 22 OCTOBER 2020

EEF NI ANNUAL EMPLOYMENT LAW & HR CONFERENCE – 15 & 22 OCTOBER 2020

As Members will be aware, in view of the ongoing public health situation we made the decision to cancel our Annual Employment Law & HR Conference earlier this year.

Although we are unable to hold the event in person, we will be providing some of the most important sessions from the Conference via an online platform.

We also recognise that this year has been particularly challenging for many businesses and, in light of this, we will be delivering these sessions entirely free of charge.

Our programme of events will begin on Thursday 15 October 2020 (10.00 am- 11.30 am) when will review the key case law, legislative and other developments of interest in 2019/20;

Following this, on Thursday 22 October 2020 (10.00 am- 11.30 am) we will look forward to addressing the big issues facing businesses and HR in 2020/21 including upcoming cases, new laws and topical issues.

Whilst our Conference is normally a Members only event, in light of the online nature of our event this year we will have a very limited number of free places available for private sector or charitable organisations.  If you know someone who you believe would enjoy attending the Conference, please ask them to contact info@eefni.org to check availability.

If you would like to book your place, please use the following links: DAY 1   /   DAY 2  or go to www.eventbrite.co.uk for details.

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