Search supports Manchester HR conference

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On Thursday the 28th of March, Search Consultancy's Legal and HR recruitment divisions will be partnering with the Manchester Law Society to host the community’s annual HR Conference.

The conference will welcome HR professionals from all sectors across Manchester, addressing current and important issues which impact businesses today, and providing a wealth of insight into essential employment law updates. Attendees can expect to receive the most current information, which will in turn give them the opportunity to think more strategically about the future and network with their peers.

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The Manchester Law Society comprises approximately 3,600 members which includes affiliated members from Trafford Law Society. The community’s expertise reflects the Society’s position at the forefront of Britain’s second city, which boasts one of the strongest commercial centres outside London, the major provincial branch of the Bank of England and more than 60 foreign financial institutions.

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The event will demonstrate Search’s commitment and continuous support towards Manchester’s business community and the wider HR profession, following a series of employment law events previously supported and hosted by the agency. These include the Talent Attraction & Retention series, as well as the Managing Mental Health in the Workplace seminars delivered nationwide.

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David Holden, Senior Divisional Manager for Search Consultancy’s Legal division said: “I’m delighted to be partnering with Manchester Law Society to support businesses by providing knowledge and insight into how they can manage some of the biggest issues they currently face.”

“I also look forward tomeeting with industry leaders to discuss their ideas and strategies for the future, and offer additional support where needed,” he concluded.

There’s still time to sign and attend this event. Click here to register!