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Employment Law: Are you up to date?

Employment law has changed rapidly in recent years and Hays Construction, the leading recruiting expert, is hosting a breakfast seminar in association with a leading solicitor, Wollastons LLP, to address what these changes mean for HR professionals in the construction sector. This complimentary seminar will take place on 2nd February at the Holborn Bars in London and will be led by Judge Kevin Palmer, Partner at Wollastons LLP. All senior management, HR professionals and directors from the construction industry are welcome to attend this event.

Andrew Bredin, Managing Director at Hays Construction, comments: "Up-to-date information about the latest changes to employment law isn't always easy to find, understand and then translate for your business. This event will provide an opportunity for HR professionals and senior managers to learn more about the key aspects which affect their business. Judge Kevin will draw upon his many years of experience to provide an overview of recent developments, including codes of practice on disciplinary, dismissal and grievance procedures."

For further information about Hays Construction and to attend this seminar please contact Kerry Stride on 020 7259 8820.

About Hays

Hays Construction is part of Hays plc, the leading global specialist recruiting group. It is the expert at recruiting qualified, professional and skilled people worldwide, being the market leader in the UK and Australia and one of the market leaders in Continental Europe. It operates across the private and public sectors, dealing in permanent positions, contract roles and temporary assignments.

The Group employs 6,933 staff operating from 345 offices in 28 countries across 17 specialisms.

For the year ended 30 June 2009:

  • The Group had revenues of £2.4 billion, net fees of £670.8 million and operating profit of £158 million.
  • The Group placed around 50,000 candidates into permanent jobs and around 270,000 people into temporary assignments.
  • The temporary placement business represented 56% of net fees and the permanent placement business represented 44% of net fees.

For further press information please contact:

Alexandra Tucker
T. 020 7630 4282