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This article was published on September 14th, 2015
The Skills and Training Forum, organised by the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) and co hosted by ACAS and Thorneycroft Solicitors last Thursday at The Armouries in Leeds was a resounding success. The aim for the day was to provide business leaders and HR professionals, with a day of interactive learning and practical guidance on Employment Law issues.
Our Head of Employment – Mark Bestley kicked off the day with a round up of recent changes in the law and the team also provided some valuable insight into what to expect in an employment tribunal with a Mock Employment Tribunal in the afternoon session which centred around a Whistleblowing scenario..
Managing Director, Rachel Stow, attended to show her support to her team and represent Thorneycroft Solicitors at this joint event with ACAS.
Feedback on the day from both ACAS and the event organisers RSMA was great –
“I would just like to say thank you to you and your team today. A fantastic effort which seems to have been very well received – so a good success.”
Caroline Phillip, ACAS
“Thank you for all of the hard work that has gone into making the event today happen, I really appreciate it. From feedback I am already getting we put on an event today which has been a success. The tribunal was a roaring success and my platinum partners have asked me to pass on their sincere thanks for what was an eye opening and engaging session. From our perspective I am grateful and can’t praise the tribunal enough.”
Kevin Robinson, RSMA
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