A LEADING law and consultancy firm is running a programme of events designed to meet the needs of businesses throughout the region.
Capital Law will be sharing expert insight and practical advice on subjects including human resources, contract management, delivering messages and social media in the workplace.
The business briefings begin with an employment law seminar from Iestyn Morris today (Thursday) at Glyndr University’s Catrin Finch Conference Centre in Wrexham and tomorrow at Bangor Management Centre.
The firm’s consultancy and training business, Consult Capital, is an appointed provider of Welsh Government-funded training in North Wales.
This means its entire directory of training – ranging from one-day courses to accredited qualifications on subjects as diverse as employment law, leadership skills, HR for line managers and health and safety – is available to the region’s qualifying SMEs with a 70% subsidy, while larger companies can enjoy 50% off.
Mr Morris, an employment lawyer, said: “This year sees a range of amendments to the laws which govern the relationships between organisations and their employees.
“It’s understandably difficult for decision makers to stay on top of these changes and ensure there aren’t any adverse effects for their businesses, financially or operationally.
“Our employment law update will provide an explanation of the practical implications and potential impact on your processes and procedures, with straightforward advice that delegates can immediately implement to ensure they can just focus on running their businesses, safe in the knowledge they’re compliant with the latest legislation.”
Capital Law works with some of North Wales’ biggest organisations, including Glyndr University.
The firm operates across eight main disciplines – employment law, corporate and commercial, intellectual property, media law, recovery and insolvency, commercial property, dispute resolution/commercial litigation and banking and finance.
Capital Law’s Siôn Clwyd Roberts, from Ruthin, said: “We’re well aware of the dynamic businesses that operate in the area.
“We’re looking forward to delivering these short and simple briefings to enable attendees to go back to their desks with a working knowledge of topics that have a real impact on their day-to-day operations.”
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