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*COVID-19 cases at work, Mental Health, Stress and Suicide* - Webinar - Thursday 30th April 2020

13 March 2020

We won’t let Coronavirus beat us!

Our next Partners Employment Lawyers Afternoon Update will take place as an interactive webinar

*COVID-19 cases at work, Mental Health, Stress and Suicide* -

Thursday 30th April 2020

* Boris Johnson recently confirmed, it is business as usual for now but as the outbreak of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) expands in the United Kingdom, we are holding our next event online as an interactive webinar! We won’t let Coronavirus beat us! *

Discussion areas include

  • Senior manager dismissed for refusing to allow his team to travel to an international event.
  • Employee faces disciplinary action for walking out of the office over fears another employee, who works in proximity, has coronavirus.
  • Employer refuses to allow an employee to wear a face mask.
  • Mental Health, Caroline Flack, depression and suicide cases in the workplace.

Click here to reserve a spot and we will email you the link to join the session: info@partnerslaw.co.uk 

Further details

Our last Afternoon Update at The Law Society was a great success and Partners Employment Lawyers are now delighted to invite you to our next complimentary Afternoon Update (webinar) on Thursday 30th April 2020.

This is a highly interactive session with a focus on law as well as practical and commercial solutions to issues at work.

Hina Belitz and her team will be present an up to the minute review of recent employment law developments, cases and information aimed at business owners and HR professionals, followed up by Q & A and networking.

For details of the event please see below.

Date: Thursday 30th April 2020 from 2pm-to-3pm.

Webinar link: Once you have registered your interest to participate in our free online webinar, we will send you a diary invite which includes a link to our webinar and instructions.

The Workshop will address:

  • COVID-19 – how to respond and what are an employers’ duties to staff? Practical steps that an employer can take to reduce disruption in the workplace.
  • 3 case studies and discussion
    • Senior manager dismissed for refusing to allow his team to travel to an international event.
    • Employee faces disciplinary action for walking out of the office over fears another employee, who works in proximity, has coronavirus.
    • Employer refuses to allow an employee to wear a face mask.
  • Mental Health and Stress – how to manage ill health and what are an employer’s legal obligations and responsibilities if an employee is suicidal? The management of mental health concerns. Mental health and disability obligations?

 Join us for an informative, lively and interactive webinar looking at the current legal challenges for employers.

What previous workshop delegates say:

“Hina and her team recently delivered employment law sessions to our London management team which focused on a range of key employment law issues. Feedback was that the sessions were excellent, informative and well presented. They discussed actual case law as well as company-relevant scenarios based on their knowledge of our internal policies and procedures.”

HR Department, Euromonitor International Ltd.

‘’This was a great victory not only for the management, but because of the message it sent to everyone in the company. Hina’s guidance, along with the hard work of her dedicated team, meant we received the advice, and representation necessary to enabled us to achieve this great outcome.’’

Nick Watson, Director, Pearl & Coutts Ltd

‘’As an experienced HR Director it is critical to have expert employment law advice that you trust. Working with Hina Belitz over the past 5 years has been a breath of fresh air. Her professional consultative style has afforded me to make strategic decisions on difficult and complex employment cases. I find her open to different solutions whilst steadfast in her legal approach to different situations. Always offering guidance and flexibility towards the needs of the business and its cultural norms. I would not make any key legal decisions without her input.’’

DM, HR Director

‘’Great subject areas, right on point and I was grateful for the knowledge delivered so succinctly and confidently’’.

NC, Buchanan

’Hugely insightful, productive and beneficial afternoon. Would highly recommend. Thank you!’’.

NHT, HR, Kurt Geiger

“I’ll take this opportunity to say what a great seminar it was and their passion and knowledge of was truly inspiring.”

F P, HR, Central & Cecil

“A well thought out and delivered employment law seminar that covered important and critical areas of employment law and issues facing employers.”

F R, HR Consultant   

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