Right to work checks and what to do about confidential information on a former employee’s electronic device will be on the menu for discussion at free HR lunch clubs run FBC Manby Bowdler later this month.
An increase in awards for victims of sexual harassment and the importance of sleep and its effect on performance at work will also be topics at the HR Lunch Club run by FBC Manby Bowdler at its offices in George Street, Snow Hill, Wolverhampton, on September 14, and at Routh House, Hall Court, Hall Park Way, Telford, on September 15 from 12.45pm.
The events are open to anyone who has to deal with employees at any level, from experienced in-house human resources managers to those with no HR experience. The meetings offer practical advice in an informal environment. FBC Manby Bowdler’s Employment Team is also on hand to answer any questions.
Head of Employment Law Tracy Worthington (pictured) said: “The HR Lunch Clubs are a chance to enjoy a discussion over a light lunch targeting the topics that you want to cover.
“People can share valuable tips and real life experiences or raise issues, problems or good practice in the workplace, with a view to increasing their employee engagement and productivity, minimise business costs and generally manage HR and employment tasks more efficiently.
”It’s a useful way to keep up-to-date on the latest developments in the fast moving world of employment law as well as getting valuable HR advice.”
To register your attendance at the HR Lunch Club please contact email@example.com.