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Business Breakfast: Employment Law and GDPR update

18 January 2018 at 7:00 until 9:00

Location: Cheltenham Campus

Date: Thursday 18 January 2018

Time: 7am start, finish by 9am

The Gloucestershire College Business Hub is delighted to host a free to attend business breakfast in January 2018.

This event will include a talk from leading regional employment lawyer Luke Menzies, as well as a cooked breakfast and networking opportunities.

Arrival is from 7am when teas and coffees will be served in Food Central, and breakfast (full English with some croissants) will be served at 7.30. From 8 talks will take place with time for Q&As and networking at the end. All talks and presentations will be finished by 9, with the opportunity to network until 9.30.   

Join us for a topical and lively update on the latest trends in employment law, and learn what your teams need to know about the GDPR. This event is perfect for employees responsible for Employment Law or GDPR within their role, or anyone who is interested in learning more about it!

Luke will provide a round-up of the key themes and developments in employment law over the last year, including pay, holidays, the impact of Brexit, employment status and the ‘gig economy’ and the HR aspects of the GDPR. 

Luke Menzies

Luke Menzies is a dual-qualified Barrister and Solicitor and a leading employment lawyer in the South West; Owner and Manager of Menzies Law, a specialist employment law firm that has recently won the award of UK Regional Law Firm of the Year 2018 (Human Resources). With a plethora of experience and expertise in working with CEOs, HR Directors, Finance Directors and their colleagues to deliver pragmatic, commercial solutions to their employment law and people-related challenges, Luke has extensive experience of working with businesses.  As a business owner, leader and entrepreneur, as well as a lawyer, he fully understands what it takes to build and run a successful organisation.

Book your place

To secure your place at this FREE event, simply email penny.morgan@gloscol.ac.uk

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