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Ilkley law firm to host free HR webinar

LCF Law’s Gemma Sherbourne

A free webinar offering employers and HR teams a valuable insight into how they can manage the high levels of sickness and absence that many organisations are currently experiencing, as well as exploring the latest salary and employment trends, will take place later this month.

Ilkley law firm, LCF Law and recruitment experts, Hays, will host the 60-minute webinar at 9.30am on Wednesday 16 February 2022.

During the event, experienced employment lawyer and senior associate from LCF Law’s corporate team, Gemma Sherbourne, will highlight key ways of managing sickness absence, with a focus on mental health and wellbeing.

In addition, Claire McManus, from Hays, will discuss how Brexit, Covid-19 and hybrid working policies have forever changed the world of work, and the subsequent impact on salaries and talent strategies for 2022.

This latest webinar follows a successful event that the duo hosted 12-months ago, which attracted an audience of more than 60 business owners and HR professionals from both the public and private sectors.

Gemma said: “Last year our free webinar for employers and HR professionals covered the key issues that we were facing at the start of 2021, including furlough and managing home schooling. Fast forward 12 months and these have been consigned to HR history, because so much has changed in such a short space of time.

“This latest webinar will address the current challenges that employers are facing right now, with a big focus on managing sickness absence, which has quickly become a major issue during the first few weeks of this year. In addition, Claire has an unrivalled understanding of what both employers and potential candidates expect from job roles in 2022 and will offer a fascinating insight into what the future of work looks like.

“The event is completely free to attend and will be packed with insightful information, before concluding with questions and answers, and we’d urge anyone interested to register now to secure a place.”


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