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Handling grievances & conflict management event in September

15 July 2016

Our employment law experts are hosting an event for employers and human resources professionals in September.

The solicitors will be co-presenting with an HR specialist from consultancy Heather Resource Management Limited. Together they will deliver a ‘back to school’ autumn half-day workshop which will take a practical look at the issues involved in handling employee grievances and managing conflict in the workplace, using case studies and group exercises.

It will be presented by Chambers-rated employment partner Matthew Clayton, head of Willans employment law team with 20 years’ experience in this area, and his colleagues, Laura Davis and Jenny Hawrot as well as Katherine Macbeth from Heather Resource Management Limited.

The session will take place on Thursday 22 September at National Star in Ullenwood, Cheltenham from 9am until 1.30pm. It costs £30 to attend and includes lunch and refreshments.

To book a place, or to see a list of all our forthcoming seminars, please visit our events page.

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