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Staff Library workshops: Employment law

Following this year's UNISON Learning at Work Week (15 - 19 May 2023), we're delighted to present a hybrid short workshop designed by the Library team for Warwick staff to develop and advance knowledge on employment law resources.

You could be working in HR, careers work, or legal, and you wish to explore using the Library to advance your work on employment law. You could be a line manager who wish to develop your knowledge on the matter. You could also be learning out of your own interests.

This event is open to ALL staff members at University of Warwick.

Join us on:

Wednesday 31 May 12:15-12:45, either online OR at the Library Seminar Room (No.222).

  • Please arrive at 12:00 if you were to join in-person.
  • A MS Teams joining link will be sent to you once you submit the interests form below should you wish to join online.

Learn useful information from the Subject Librarians on:

  • What employment law is
  • Where the resources and collections are in the Library
  • Which books you might want to start with
  • How to find local and digital resources on employment law at Warwick and beyond
  • Who to turn to for specialist help on law and employment law at the Library
  • Further learning and training opportunities on the subject matter

Register your interests in the signup form below for us to prepare for your visit.

Will you be joining in-person or online? (required)
What do you wish to learn about the most in the workshop? Please select all that applies. (required)
Are you an existing UNISON member? (Optional)
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