You can now book on to our final seminar in the run up to the GDPR becoming law on 25 May 2018.
Date: 25 April 2018
Time: 12pm to 2pm
Venue: FGS Office
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to:
- Assess your current state of readiness and obtain useful guidance
- Plan and execute your GDPR strategy
- Consider approaches to achieving and maintaining GDPR compliance post implementation
We’ve had great feedback from our previous GDPR Seminars:
“A very useful overview of what is required to work towards GDPR compliance”
“Good content on a ‘not so easy to understand’ heap of information – put into a more understandable way.”
Places are limited so book your place now – e-mail: email@example.com
Couldn’t make it to our seminar on the 22nd February? Well, you haven’t lost out just yet! Keep an eye out for updates on our next seminar and get GDPR ready with us!
It is an acute focus on the mind to realise that there are under three months left before the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) becomes law in the UK on 25th May 2018.
What stage has your business reached in the process of operational readiness for GDPR?
Book now for the GDPR Seminar
On Thursday 22nd February, FG Solicitors will be giving businesses a chance to gain a better understanding about GDPR; a UK data protection law that will affect every business.
FG Solicitors, in line with its continuing dedicated support to employers, will be hosting a series of seminars to be held between now and the 25 May 2018 designed to support employers in ensuring that they are prepared for the significant changes that the GDPR will bring.
UK Data protection law will fundamentally change on 25th May 2018 when the current Data Protection Act 1998 is replaced by the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
Now this is YOUR chance to find out what impact it will have on you as an employer and on your business.
So what can you expect at the seminar?
The seminar will focus on the application of the GDPR to employers and what they should be doing now to prepare, and in particular, will cover:
Key differences between the current and new data protection regimes;
The extended rights of data subjects under GDPR;
New requirements including Privacy Impact Assessments and Privacy by Design;
The now critical role of the Data Protection Officer;
The new enforcement and €20M penalties regime under GDPR; and
The requirement that the Data Protection Officer act as the contact point for the supervisory authority on issues related to the processing of personal data.
Floyd Graham, Principal and Founder of FG Solicitors will be the speaker of the seminar. Floyd is a dedicated employment solicitor who has practised in this area of law for over two decades providing commercially sound expertise and guidance to Employers. Floyd is considered a thinker and leading light in the employment law sphere and is a regular speaker and highly regarded commentator on the intricacies of the employer/employee relationship with a devout following.
It was great to meet everyone who attended our TUPE Seminar on Friday 23 September, held in association with Bedford CIPD. Sorry we missed those of you who were unable to attend.
The event was a success as always and we will continue to host seminars in the months ahead!
With this in mind, we will be planning our next seminar and have so far received feedback which indicates the following three topics are of the highest interest:
- Employment strategies in a changing climate.
- Policies & procedures – are you up to date?
- Staff motivation.
If any of these tick the box for you or if you have any others in mind, please click here to let us know what gets your vote!
Below are a couple of testimonials we received from the CIPD Seminar for which we are most grateful:
“Floyd was a great presenter, provided lots of useful information in a format that made it easy to understand. Thank you!” - Alison Moss – Ramsay Healthcare
“Fabulous session and pitched at the right level for us all to learn – thank you.” - Rachael King – Central Bedfordshire Council
“Presenter kept my interest going and made the session very interactive which I always welcome.”- Veronica Charles – Luton Council
We are always keen to obtain your input so we can tailor our events to your needs, therefore please feel free to let us know any suggestions or ideas that you may have – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like more information on our upcoming events, or if you require any advice on an employment law issue, please contact:
+44 (0) 808 172 93 22
Please take note of our latest seminar dates below for your diary.
Future Seminar Dates for Your Diary
- 11.10.16 – TUPE: A Trap for the Unwary [Cancelled]
- 10.01.17 – Topic to be confirmed
FG Solicitors’ seminars are bespoke to your requirements and we are always open to suggestions regarding our events.
We are currently planning some of our future seminars and would like to ask you to get involved with suggestions via the list of potential topics below:
- Employment Status/Self Employed
- Consulting with the Workforce
- Protecting the Business – Restrictive Covenants
- Equality & Discrimination
- Effective discipline & grievance investigations and hearings
- Holiday Update Seminar
- Budget Update Seminar
- Mock tribunal
- Employment strategies in a changing climate
Please let us know which topics you would be interested in attending by contacting us on email: email@example.com