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Goodman Derrick to host legal breakfast briefing for recruitment and staffing companies
On Thursday 19th May Goodman Derrick will be hosting a legal breakfast briefing which will focus on four significant issues that may already be impacting your business:
1. Database Rights: consideration of how you can protect your client and candidate database and other contact lists.
2. Restrictive Covenants: a practical look at enforcing restrictive covenants when an employee leaves.
3. Mediation: a practical session looking at this alternative and cost effective way of resolving disputes and maintaining
4. Holiday Pay Update: a review of the recent decisions relating to holiday pay and the impact of commission payments and
overtime on holiday pay calculations.
This seminar is aimed at human resource practitioners, directors, managers and advisers, in-house legal advisers, directors and senior executives within recruitment and staff companies.
Date: Thursday 19 May 2016
Time: 08:30 to 11:00
Venue: Goodman Derrick LLP, 10 St Bride Street, London EC4A 4AD
Cost: Free of Charge
08:30 Coffee and croissants
09:00 Legal breakfast briefing
10:30 Coffee and networking
To RSVP please email Jack Osbon at email@example.com supplying the full name of the attendee(s), your company details and telephone number, or call Jack on 020 7404 0606. Confirmation will be sent following this.
1.Database rights, presented by Nigel Adams, Partner in Dispute Resolution Team, Goodman Derrick LLP.
2. Restrictive covenants, presented by Rose Branson, Solicitor in the Employment Team, Goodman Derrick LLP.
3. Mediation, presented by Andrew Hildebrand, Mediator and Principal, Hildebrand Mediation LLP.
4. Holiday Pay Update, presented by Clare Gilroy-Scott, Senior Solicitor in the Employment Team, Goodman Derrick LLP.
Goodman Derrick – Recruitment Sector Group
- We offer specialist advice to recruiters and staffing companies of all types and sizes.
- Our capability covers all legal issues that confront our clients in this sector at any stage of their operations, from start up to majority and eventual exit.
- We have been advisers to businesses and industry bodies in the recruitment sector for 25 years. During this time we have acted for the Federation of Recruitment and Employment Services (FRES) and the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), as well as a very large number of successful recruitment businesses.
- Continuing developments in the law, both here and in Europe, have made the regulation of the sector especially complex and dynamic. Our broad experience and our close connections to the industry mean that we are well positioned to provide quick and clear guidance to our clients on the issues that they face.