Ledingham Chalmers joins ICAS for Aberdeen employment law event — postponed
A free business breakfast in Aberdeen later this month has been postponed.
Ledingham Chalmers’ partner and head of employment law, Kirk Tudhope, was due to speak to delegates at the session for Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) members on Wednesday, 18 March.
Topics under the spotlight included why disability discrimination may be the biggest workplace challenge; what constitutes a philosophical belief under the Equality Act; holiday pay and the impact of Brexit; and GDPR, two years on.
Watch this space for rescheduling updates.
Posted, 05 March 2020
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