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Navigating the Labour Party’s New Deal for Working People: Legal implications and opportunities

With the upcoming general election on the 4th July and Labour poised to win, we anticipate significant changes in employment law.

In light of this, we are delighted to invite you to join Monica Atwal, Managing Partner, and Amanda Glover, Senior Associate, for this in-person seminar on ‘Navigating the Labour Party’s New Deal for Working People: Legal Implications and Opportunities’ at our Reading office on Thursday, 20th June.

This seminar offers a unique chance for you to gain a comprehensive understanding of the Labour party’s Green Paper and the legal implications of their proposals. Most importantly, it will equip you with the tools to take proactive steps to prepare for the new world of work under Labour, empowering you to not just adapt, but stay ahead of the changes.

Agenda

2:00 PM –  Registration
2:30 PM –  Presentation
3:30 PM –  Coffee break
3:45 PM –  Q&A
4:30 PM –  Close

Who should attend?

This seminar is a must for senior HR and business professionals seeking to stay ahead in what could soon be a fast-evolving legal landscape. The Chatham House Rule will apply to encourage open dialogue.

Registration

Each delegate place costs £150 + VAT, and places are strictly limited. Deadline for registration Friday 14th June.

If you have any questions or issues registering your interest online, please email marketing@clarkslegal.com.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Event details

  • 20 June 2024
  • 2:00 pm – 4.30 pm
  • Clarkslegal, 5th Floor, Thames Tower, Station Road, Reading, RG1 1LX
  • £150 + VAT
  • Employment

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