From Lunch & Learns to interview workshops, throughout the year our team of recruitment experts attend and host a number of events in and around Peterborough.

So you can stay up to date with the events we have lined up, take a look at the schedule below. If you would like any further information on any of the below events, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us by emailing info@annecorder.co.uk

2019 events

July

October

 

July 2019  

 

Thursday 4 July

Lunch & Learn with Clare Eager, People HR – Starting Difficult Conversations

This workshop is offered free of charge as an added value for clients of ACR and will involve only a handful of specially invited guests. Session will be delivered by Clare Eager of PeopleHR Ltd, one of the region’s leading HR practitioners and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development.

Whatever the workplace situation, it can be hard to talk to an employee about their performance, conduct or attendance.  “What can be said?”, “what should be said?” and “what should not be said?” are all valid concerns along with “is it formal or informal?” “should I write notes?” and “should the employee be accompanied?”. 

During this interactive session with Clare, you and the other delegates will get the opportunity to explore these questions and gain guidance on how to start that difficult conversation.

Register your interest in this Lunch & Learn today – send us an email, info@annecorder.co.uk

 

Tuesday 9 July

Chamber of Commerce HR & Recruitment Sector – War for Talent, Huntingdon

In an ever changing and uncertain world the battle to find and keep the right people is one of the biggest challenges for businesses today!

As the competition for labour increases the smart businesses are developing their Employee Value Proposition to ensure they are winners in the War for Talent

Discover and enhance the employee experience, find out more information here.

 

Wednesday 17 July  

Lunch & Learn with Martin Bloom: Disability rights  what are your legal obligations when it comes to misconduct? 

Most employers will be aware of their legal obligations to provide reasonable adjustments to disabled employees – and not to discriminate against disabled employees for any reason arising from their disability.  

Employment Law expert from Hegarty LLP Solicitors, Martin Bloom, will provide a useful reminder to employers as to their legal obligations in this context; as well dealing with the potential dismissal of a disabled employee who may have committed an offence of misconduct or gross misconduct. 

This session is ideal for business owners and line managers. If you are interested in attending this Lunch & Learn hosted at the ACR offices in Lynch Wood Business Park, please email us via info@annecorder.co.uk  

 

Thursday 18 July

Lunch & Learn with Clare Eager, People HR – Starting Difficult Conversations

This workshop is offered free of charge as an added value for clients of ACR and will involve only a handful of specially invited guests. Session will be delivered by Clare Eager of PeopleHR Ltd, one of the region’s leading HR practitioners and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development.

Whatever the workplace situation, it can be hard to talk to an employee about their performance, conduct or attendance.  “What can be said?”, “what should be said?” and “what should not be said?” are all valid concerns along with “is it formal or informal?” “should I write notes?” and “should the employee be accompanied?”. 

During this interactive session with Clare, you and the other delegates will get the opportunity to explore these questions and gain guidance on how to start that difficult conversation.

Register your interest in this Lunch & Learn today – send us an email, info@annecorder.co.uk

 

October 2019 

 

Tuesday 1 October  

SAVE THE DATE: The Annual Hegarty Solicitors and Anne Corder Recruitment Employment Law Seminar 

Our hugely popular breakfast seminar, hosted in partnership with Hegarty Solicitors, is back. Promising to cover some big topics in employment law, the event will welcome keynote talks from the experts at Hegarty Solicitors, along with an industry update from Anne Corder.  

To register your interest in finding out more, please email info@annecorder.co.uk  

Topics:

  • Persistent Short-Term Absence – Martin Bloom
    The cost of workplace absence to businesses continues to rise. Last year it is estimated that the cost for employers was over £18 billion. Most employers will tolerate a certain amount of absence, but persistent periods can become damaging. Martin Bloom will consider the legal issues arising when dealing with such problems.
  • Protecting an Employer’s Reputation – Tim Thompson
    Employers understandably are protective of their reputation. In his talk, Tim Thompson will look at decisions taken by the courts in this area. He will highlight some specific areas including social media, data protection and criminal wrong-doing.
  • Case Law – Martin Bloom
    Martin will discuss some of the most important employment law cases decided over the last 12 months and the implications they may have on all businesses. A must have update for HR professionals and managers!

This event is free to attend for clients of Anne Corder Recruitment or Hegarty Solicitors, places are limited.

 

Friday 11 October

Charity Ladies Lunch in aid of Peterborough City Hospital Breast Unit

Last year, more than 300 businesswomen from the Peterborough area enjoyed a fundraising lunch in aid of breast cancer care in the city – raising over £17,000 making it the most successful Ladies Lunch to date.

This hugely successful fundraiser event will again take place at The Holiday Inn West on Friday 11th October. We are proud to announce that we will again be supporting the event.