Wilkin Chapman and Restorative Solutions To Host Seminar On ‘Managing and Resolving Workplace Disputes: A Practical Guide'

Wilkin Chapman Solicitors, in conjunction with Restorative Solutions CIC, are hosting a breakfast seminar targeted at ‘Managing and Resolving Workplace Disputes: A Practical Guide'.

The seminar will be held at 8:00am on Thursday 2nd May, and will include a presentation from Tony Walker, Director of Service Delivery at Restorative Solutions, on how restorative approaches can be used to resolve a variety of different conflicts within the workplace.

The seminar will include tips on how restorative approaches can be used by managers to mend relationships between staff, alter workplace behaviour, and improve their working environment.

Employment law specialists Oliver Tasker and Tom Martin from Wilkin Chapman will also host a session on how to manage complex grievance processes and workplace disputes. This interactive session will guide you through a case study, looking at alternative means of reaching a resolution, how to avoid potential issues throughout the grievance procedure, and the options available to reaching a positive solution.

This is a fantastic opportunity to gain practical advice on how to manage a harmonious workforce, and how to both minimise and resolve conflicts within the workplace, giving you valuable tools which will benefit your organisation in the long term.

Date: Thursday 2nd May 2019

8.00am arrival

8.30am start

10.30am finish

Location:

Wilkin Chapman LLP

The Maltings

11-15 Brayford Wharf East

Lincoln

Lincolnshire

LN5 7AY

To book your seminar tickets, click here: https://bit.ly/2uWZR6j

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