Webinar - Employment

Employment tribunal top tips and tactics for the education sector

This stimulating and highly practical discussion covers the top tips that institutions need to consider in order to run employment tribunal claims. We highlight the importance of being proactive and cover:

Tactics and procedure
Mediation and settlement
 
Evidence and the importance of an early a merits assessment
When conceding liability can strategically be a good idea
Reinstatement and reengagement

We’ll also cover witness management and support; the importance of documentation; and reputational issues.

Join us for a lively discussion and learn how to avoid smoking guns that can torpedo even the best laid defence.

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