The issues facing independent schools in Scotland today are as wide as they are varied. Failure to plan for such issues is a plan to fail (or so a wise person once said). Join us on the 4th of December 2018 for a seminar that will ensure you do not fail to plan. We have the experts to bring clarity to issues such as -
- The charity test
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Managing complaints
- Reputation management
- Child abuse enquiry (update)
- Civil claims
- Admission issues
- Financial sanctions
Who should attend? - Governors of Independent Schools in Scotland. More information about the seminar including a profile of the speakers and how to book can be found at: http://www.agbis.org.uk/seminars-and-events/agbis-seminars/
If you are a client of ours, please state this during the booking process and you will receive AGBIS member school rates.
This seminar is brought to you in conjunction with The Association of Governing Bodies of Independent Schools (AGBIS)
Essential Employment Law Seminars
We will be running our latest essential employment law seminars in both our Edinburgh and Glasgow offices in October.
Unhealthy work patterns - such as "presenteeism" and "leavism" - are on the increase, as is the average level of employee absence per year. Is it possible for businesses to stem the flow by improving the working environment and managing absences more effectively?
In this very practical seminar we will look at various tricky ill health workplace scenarios and how best to deal with them. Our guest speaker, Simon Moore, of Mercer Marsh Benefits, will look at the importance of a robust Health & Wellbeing strategy, as well as strategies for supporting absence management. Our employment lawyers will cover the latest cases on absence management and disability discrimination as well as sharing our views on how best to actively manage absence whilst minimising the risk of claims.
The dates for the seminars are:-
The seminars will last approximately one hour and 10 minutes, including questions and answers, with an opportunity for networking before and after.
Registration will take place from 5:00pm for a 5:30pm start for the evening seminar in Edinburgh and 8:15am for an 8:45am start for the breakfast seminar in Glasgow.
Please click on the links above to book.