FREE Mock Employment Tribunal covering an unfair dismissal and disability discrimination arising from a long-term sickness absence.
Back by popular demand!
EML are pleased to announce our next FREE Mock Employment Tribunal will take place on Tuesday, 14 May 2024 between 9.00am – 1.00pm at The Florrie, Liverpool.
The heads of claim will be unfair dismissal and disability discrimination arising from a long-term sickness absence process that culminated in termination of employment on the grounds of incapacity.
If not managed correctly, any dismissal can give rise to a successful claim. Defending a claim brought in the Employment Tribunal can be both costly and time consuming. For many, the prospect of having to do so is also daunting, especially to those who are tasked with giving witness evidence.
Unfortunately, the abolition of fees back in 2017 has led to spiralling claim levels and the harsh reality is that your business is now significantly more likely be cited as a Respondent than ever before. With this in mind, can you really afford to miss our Mock Employment Tribunal?
If you would like advice on a specific case, our experts will be available for a FREE 1-2-1 consultation following the session (please book in advance via the registration form).
What we will cover
We will re-enact the Employment Tribunal hearing, complete with witness evidence, document bundles and submissions, giving you the confidence to deal with the practical steps involved and a greater understanding of how the tribunal process works.
Who is it for?
This is a fantastic developmental opportunity for any HR professional or manager facing HR / employment law issues which could result in litigation, anyone looking for external support with tribunal claims or anyone wanting to take steps to protect their organisation from receiving a claim in the first place.
* Registered delegates will be reviewed prior to the event and we reserve the right to make a final decision on their attendance.
Our hosts for this event will be The Florrie, Liverpool – a grade II listed building that has been a social, cultural, educational and charitable hub, serving the community of south Liverpool for over 130 years. Delegates are welcome to join us for breakfast refreshments which will be served on arrival in the Grand Hall, before taking their seats for the main event.