Employment - HR Forum

What’s next in employment law for 2022 plus actionable, must-know takeaways from recent COVID-19 case law

In our first HR Forum of the year, Head of Employment & Data Chris Cook and Partner Beth Leng will share what to expect from employment law in 2022.

Chris and Beth will be joined by Christine Caffrey and Gita Patel, SA Law employment solicitors, to discuss the emerging lessons and challenges from recent Covid-19 related case law – including topics on Covid-19 vaccinations, refusal to work and whistleblowing.

Got any questions you’d like to be answered during the session or ideas for future HR Forum topics? We’d love to hear from you! Feel free to email marketing@salaw.com

We hope to see you on 2nd March for this friendly and informal HR Forum that will arm you with essential practical guidance.

Click here to register for the HR Forum webinar.

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