Employment Law update – Limited spaces available!

20th February 2014

Employment Law update – Limited spaces available!

Gotelee’s free employment law update is taking place on 12 March 2014 at Trinity Park.  The seminar is practical, lively and fast-paced and will look at the developments in employment law over the last 12 months, as well as looking at what is in store for employers in 2014 and beyond.  It will be of significant interest to directors and HR Managers of all businesses and organisations, large and small.  There are limited spaces available, so to secure a place, please contact us to reserve yourself a seat.

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