Webinar: Trowers Tuesday - What's new in the law in 2023
Trowers Tuesday is back!
We hope you've had a great summer break and managed to dodge some of the rain. In our first session after the summer holiday, we'll be turning to the year ahead with an open invitation to ask us any questions about what's in store for employment law and HR issues over the coming Autumn and Winter.
We'll be exploring both confirmed and rumoured incoming employment law changes and how employers of the future can adapt and maximise such changes to their full potential and ensure that their strategic workforce plans are in line with any new law.
Emma Burrows will be joined by Nicola Ihnatowicz and Stephanie Taylor who are all pleased to answer your questions submitted beforehand and during the session.
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We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday.
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