Our annual Employment Law Update has gone virtual this year.
We’re pleased to be hosting, via Zoom, this webinar outlining the changes and forthcoming changes in UK Employment Law
We invite you to grab a coffee in the comfort of your (probably home) office and join us for an overview of recent changes in employment law and those due to come into effect in the near future.
Topics covered will include:
The seminar is aimed at HR directors and managers, business owners and those in charge of staff.
10.00 – 11.30 Employment Law Update
11.30 – 11.45 Q & A
Please note that spaces are limited to 2 per organisation and we reserve the right to decline booking requests at our discretion.
To book your place, click here.
JMW Solicitors LLP is a leading full service Manchester law firm and offers a broad range of legal services to both commercial and private clients. Our legal teams are multi-disciplined so there will always be an expert on hand to guide you whatever the issue.
Paul Chamberlain, Head of Department Manchester Employment, JMW Solicitors LLP
Paul is Head of the firm’s Employment team and brings with him nearly 25 years’ employment law experience.
He has a particular interest (and nationally-recognised expertise) in the law relating to the recruitment industry, advising and providing training on employment status issues, the Agency Workers’ Regulations, GLAA matters, the Working Time Regulations and industry-specific regulatory compliance matters.
He has long-standing associations with TEAM (The Employment Agents’ Movement), REC (Recruitment and Employment Confederation), ALP (Association of Labour Providers) and FCSA (Freelancers and Contractor Services Association).
Chambers and Partners 2019 says, “Paul provides an excellent service.””
Simon Bloch, Partner, JMW Solicitors LLP
Simon has a specific expertise in working with clients in the recruitment sector and has worked with clients in this sector since 2007. He has extensive knowledge and understanding about the Agency Workers’ Regulations and regulatory legislation that govern how employment agencies can operate.
Simon has worked with a number of the recruitment trade associations and their members.
He has significant experience and expertise in advising recruitment businesses with restrictive covenant disputes and has specific expertise in the issues arising from the use of social media.
Legal 500 2019 says, “Simon Bloch is a pleasure to work with. I cannot recommend high highly enough. His communication skills and knowledge of employment law within our sector stands out”.”