AN ACCA PROFESSIONAL COURSES EVENT
With a 13% increase in claims lodged as against the previous year and the plethora of changes being introduced by the Employment and Regulatory Reform Act, employment law remains one of the most exciting and dynamic areas. The need for lawyers and advisors who can navigate clients successfully through their rights and obligations has never been greater.
This highly practical course is designed to introduce delegates to the essentials of Employment law focussing on common situations which arise from client's instructions. It introduces familiar concepts and documentation in regular use, problems which might arise in practice and how to solve them. It also serves as a useful refresher and vital up date for those returning to the discipline after a period of absence.
This course will cover the following:
• Sources, Resources and Materials of Employment Law
• Law relating to Employment Status inc Employee Shareholder Status
• Contracts of Employment
• "Family friendly" Rights
• Basic Law of Wrongful Dismissal
• Basic Law of Unfair Dismissal
• Discrimination in all its forms - more Law you need to know
• Employment Tribunals - Forms, Practice and Procedure
• Impact of New Reforms on Resolution of Disputes
This course is held by MBL Seminars
Sue combines over 15 years professional experience in Employment Law as a Solicitor with over 6 years experience of lecturing on all areas of this dynamic and ever changing subject. She regularly lectures on Employment Law at under and postgraduate level including on the LPC and CIPD accredited courses, delivers in house training and advises on operational aspects of employment law in the workplace. She is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and Vice-President of Derby & District Law Society. Sue has a deserved reputation for her clear and practical approach to Employment Law and her emphasis on finding solutions to problems.