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Thorntons help local employers make sense of current law employment rights

Thorntons help local employers make sense of current law employment rights

Over the last year, employment law has changed and evolved significantly making it difficult for employers to keep-up-to date with the latest legislation and entitlements.
Leading Scottish law firm Thorntons is offering advice and guidance from specialist experts, and the opportunity to reflect on key cases of the last six months including key discrimination, employment status, unfair dismissal and whistleblowing cases.

Thorntons employment law update roadshow will also focus on current issues such as equal pay reporting obligations, grandparental leave and what we currently know about the effects of Brexit on employment law.

Noele McClelland, employment law partner at Thorntons, said: “With the number of changes in employment law, it can be difficult for employers of any size to keep up with developments and ensure their employment practices reflect the current law.

“At Thorntons, we are here to help and over the coming weeks, we are running a series of free employment law seminars open to HR professionals or business owners.

“Each update will include essential practical advice and relevant considerations for employers. We are taking these sessions around our various locations as we recognise the importance of businesses being able to access this advice locally.”

There will be five seminars in total taking place from 1 March to 16 March across various locations where Thorntons’ offices are based including Dundee, Perth, Kirkcaldy, Montrose and St Andrews.

There are a limited number of places available, for full details of the seminars and to book a space in advance, please visit

Posted by Noele McClelland


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