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Hear how to avoid costly employment tribunals at King’s Lynn seminar

PUBLISHED: 09:00 07 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:00 07 November 2017

Human Capital Department directors Peter Lawrence and Rod Lee. Picture: Human Capital Department

Human Capital Department directors Peter Lawrence and Rod Lee. Picture: Human Capital Department

Human Capital Department

A people management consultancy is holding a seminar to show businesses best practice and help 
them prevent costly 
claims.

The Human Capital Department, based in the King’s Lynn Innovation Centre (KLIC), hopes to help businesses avoid employment tribunals, in anticipation of an expected surge in cases following the Supreme Court ruling in 
July that tribunal fees were illegal.

The firm will hold a lunchtime seminar, on 
Tuesday, November 14, with Human Capital Department’s Peter Lawrence sharing best-practice tips while Gemma Miles of Stackhouse Poland 
will be outlining insurance options.

Rod Lee, director of Human Capital Department, said the first step was to fill out an HR health-check questionnaire, which flags up areas of concern or non-compliance.

To reserve a seat at the seminar email info@humancapitaldept.com

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