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Virtual HR forum looks at returning to work issues

Sheffield’s Wake Smith Solicitors goes online for its next two HR Forums focusing on returning to work.

The two events, staged in partnership with recruitment specialists Brewster Partners, will take place virtually on July 23 from 10-12pm and July 30 from 1-3pm.

Both free sessions will focus on returning to work as COVID-19 restrictions begin to be lifted and will cover flexible furlough, childcare issues, risk assessments, health and safety, flexible working and practical pointers.

Wake Smith employment solicitor Briony McDermott will present on legal aspects at the events while Sarah Wilding, Operations Manager at Brewster Partners will give an overview of how she has brought people back safely in the office and look at policies and procedures.

Briony McDermott said: “July is all about returning to work for many companies. We will be discussing processes and procedures and sharing best practice plus having an open discussion where you can raise issues surrounding employees coming back.

“This is an opportunity to help you improve your business by gaining valuable advice and information from employment and HR professionals.”

Wake Smith Solicitors’ employment team is well known for its representation of local businesses and high-net worth employees in the Yorkshire and North-East Derbyshire region, assisting with a range of employment issues.

Brewster Partners Recruitment Group provides tailored full service talent acquisition, resourcing, search and selection, testing and profiling services for disciplines including charity and not-for-profit; accountancy and finance; manufacturing and operations; leadership and management and office support and technical.

Places are limited. To book call Sarah Chappell on 07875677136 or email schappell@brewsterpartners.co.uk

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