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CMS Employment Practice Area Group | Invitation | CMS International HR Gathering | 9 March 2018




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CMS International HR Gathering

Dear clients and friends,

We are delighted to invite you to the first International CMS HR Gathering in Zurich on 9 March 2018! Take the opportunity to hear about current workplace issues, and to meet CMS employment partners from various European countries one-to-one.

We will begin with two short panel discussions on "Employee Protection in the Modern Workplace". The first panel will discuss different approaches to the challenge of working time and the permanent availability of employees, while the second will examine, in a post #metoo world, the scope of an employer’s duties to deal with workplace harassment and other bullying.

Eager to learn about, and happy to assist you with, the HR challenges you are facing, we will then offer you the chance to meet with your choice of employment practitioner(s) from various European countries one-to-one. If you are an HR professional, an in-house counsel, have international HR responsibility, or need to deal with employment matters in your company, we encourage you to join us.

Please note there is no charge for this event, however we have limited places available, so the "first come, first served" principle will apply. For the sake of other participants, we kindly ask you not to cancel your participation once registered, or to do so ahead of time.

The meeting will be held in English.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Zurich!

  Register and schedule your meeting  

 

 
Event information
Friday, 9 March 2018
09:00 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.


CMS von Erlach Poncet Ltd. Dreikönigstrasse 7 P.O. Box
8022 Zurich, Switzerland
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  Employment Practice Area Group Board members
   
 
Alison Woods Partner
UK
Anthony Fincham
Partner
UK
Audrey Bertolotti
Partner
Luxembourg
           
Bernhard Hainz
Partner
Austria
Caroline
Froger-Michon

Partner
France
Carsten Domke
Partner
Germany
           
César Navarro
Partner
Spain
Christian Gersbach
Partner
Switzerland
Christopher Jordan
Partner
Germany
           
Daniela Krömer
Attorney-a t-Law
Austria
Fabrizio Spagnolo
Partner
Italy
Gaël Chuffart
Partner
Belgium
           
Gabriella Ormai
Partner
Hungary
Kasia Dulewicz
Partner
Poland
Katja
van Kranenburg

Partner
The Netherlands
           
Raphaël Bordier
Partner
France
       
   


   
     
  9:00 a.m. Breakfast and registration
     
  10:00 a.m. Panels
Employee protection in the modern workplace
Right to disconnect

Panelists from France, Germany, Switzerland and UK
     
  10:45 a.m. Coffee break
     
  11:00 a.m. #metoo – workplace harassment in 2018
Panelists from Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands and UK
     
  11:45 a.m. One-to-one meetings
     
  01:05 p.m. Lunch
     

 


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