29.01.2020

Employment Law Workshop: Medical Incapacity 4 March 2020

Workshop - 4 March 2020

In 2019, Hesketh Henry’s Employment Law Team presented exclusive training opportunities to help employers navigate tricky workplace issues.

We established these workshops to improve managers’ knowledge about the employer’s legal obligations, and provide practical advice to manage difficult employment issues.  Attendees also picked up CPD points if they needed them.

After a successful series of workshops in 2019, the Employment Law Team is running the programme again in 2020, with some favourite, and also new, topics. 

The topics the Employment Law Team will be covering in 2020 are:

  1. Medical Incapacity;
  2. Redundancy and Restructuring;
  3. Holidays Act 2003;
  4. Health and Safety.

All are welcome to attend our workshops but they would offer the most benefit to employers, owners, managers, HR professionals, and in-house legal advisors.

The Employment Law Team also provides tailored workshops for businesses and organisations.  As well as general training, these tailored workshops can involve robust discussion and problem solving about specific issues that the business or organisation has dealt with or is currently dealing with.  We can also tailor a workshop to your business and present at your offices to any number of attendees.

For information and registration to our first workshop on 4th March please click here.

If you would like us to tailor a workshop to you business then please contact us directly lawyers@heskethhenry.co.nz 

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