Legal experts address changes to employment regulations at free HR Club event

Wake Smith Solicitors 13 May 2011

Solicitors from leading Sheffield law firm Wake Smith are hosting a free event for employers to learn more about the proposed changes to employment regulations and the affects to employers.

Proposals announced by the Government in January this year detailed changes to the rules on employment tribunals, including plans to increase the qualifying period for employers before they can make a claim for unfair dismissal from one to two years.

Ministers believe the changes, likely to come into effect later this year, will increase employer confidence to recruit and give a much needed boost to the economy.

The Employment team at Wake Smith, led by partner Mark Serby, will provide employers with advice and information ahead of the changes at the upcoming HR Club event, highlighting the wider implications to the changes required in day to day business practice.

Mark Serby said: "During this event we will look at the details under the proposed changes and the benefits to employers.

"The Department of Business and Industry's consultation on resolving workplace disputes closed at the beginning of May so employers are likely to soon hear more about these changes - this event will enable employers in the area to get a better grasp of the legal implications and provide timely advice on how to prepare for the changes ahead."

The event will take place on Tuesday 17 May from 4pm at Wake Smith's offices on Clarkehouse Road and is free to attend.



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