Employment Law +
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How you engage with and reward your people is important to you. That's why it's important to us too.
Module 1 is aimed at HR professionals who will be coaching and guiding managers though the complexities of the process and the challenges that they may face. Module 2 is delivered by actors using forum theatre to illustrate best practice when having difficult conversations about performance.
This session will take an in-depth look at the current market, the trends and themes arising in financing and investing in sport with guidance from our industry leaders on key issues.
In this session, our market leading team provide their insight into the current key issues and challenges facing the industry with solutions and practical guidance on employment, contracts, immigration, regulation, dispute resolution and the impact of Brexit.
This session will explore the current environment for data control and utilisation, how to maximise the return from it and the legal constraints in doing so, the threat of cyber attack and solutions for how to best counter it, and protecting the value of Intellectual Property.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has appointed transport and infrastructure expert Miguel Nieto, as Finance and Projects partner in Madrid where he will focus on the growing transport and mobility market.
Pay gap reporting highlights the value and importance of our drive to promote diversity and inclusion. This year we have opted to report on our disability pay gap for the first time as we underscore our commitment to belonging and inclusion and strengthen our network groups to encourage and champion change for all of our people.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has advised global fund administrator Sanne Group on the first specialised depositary licence to be granted by the Central Bank of Ireland, further enhancing Sanne’s capabilities in Ireland and its multi-jurisdictional proposition for alternative fund managers.