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Employment law features – Autumn and Winter 2015

Christina Savage
Christina Savage lists some of the upcoming employment law features

We are more than half way through the year and the summer lull is nearly over – it’s time to make sure your law firm’s employment experts are poised and ready to feature in some of the key features of H2 2015. To make sure you don’t miss any of the most obvious ones, we’ve collated them all for you here.

Make sure you check the scope of external contributions with the editor and, most importantly of all, be prepared to pitch an interesting angle that is both timely and relevant to the readership. The more effort your legal PR team puts in at the beginning, the better your chances of getting that all important name check upon publication.

Don’t forget that pitching an idea for a planned employment law feature, whether that is a case summary or an opinion piece on recent developments, is also an opportunity to introduce your firm to the editor. So even if you don’t make it into the magazine this time, you have hopefully opened the door to a useful working relationship moving forward.

If you don’t already have a legal PR adviser but want the best chances of getting some good employment law coverage, contact Christina Savage.

Upcoming employment law features

To make sure you don’t miss any of the upcoming and most obvious employment law features, we’ve collated them all for you here.
PublicationIssue DateFeature typeDiscription
TheBusiness (The Press and Journal)01-Sep-15FeatureEmployment law
Corporate Adviser
01-Sep-15
Healthcare
Focus on health & wellbeing - how can H&W strategies be used to deliver real retention, reward and productivity gains for employers
Rail Staff
01-Sep-15
Occupational Health
Rail staff face the same employment challenges as any other industry. This feature provides a look at the products and services that offer support with personal, financial or legal concerns
London Business Matterss
10-Sep-15
Feature
Employment law
Ulster Business
14-Sep-15
FeatureEmployment law & Dispute Resolution
Engineering & Technology (E&T)
16-Sep-15
FeatureNorth West UK Employment
Kent Business
25-Sep-15
Specialist main feature
Employing People: Covering everything from Recruitment, Training, HR issues and Employment Law
businessfirstmagazine
Sept/Oct 2015
Feature
Employment law
Wales Business Insider
01-Oct-15
People
Employment law
AccountingWEB.co.uk
01-Oct-15
FeatureEmployment law update
Corporate Adviser
01-Oct-15
Healthcare
To coincide with World Mental Health Day, how are group PMI professionals helping employers address stress and mental health issues in the workplace? And while many employers say publically that they take mental health seriously, what is the reality for employees? Are senior executives delivering on their promises on taking mental health seriously, and is this commitment filtering down to the shop floor?
FT Recruitment Reports
20-Oct-15
Executive Diversity
Are Gay Men Stealing the Limelight? Even those who campaign for LGBT rights admit that the acronym has come to represent gay men far more so than the lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities. This piece looks at the challenges lesbian, bisexual and particularly transgender people face in the workplace
Building Design
23-Oct-15
Special report/supplement
Good employer guide
Building
23-Oct-15
Special report/supplement
Good employer guide
Fleet News
29-Oct-15
Feature
Salary sacrifice
Business Link
01-Nov-15
Feature
Employment law
South East Business
01-Nov-15
Feature
Employment law
Pay & Benefits
01-Nov-15
Feature
Employment tribunal fees
Scottish Business Insider
01-Nov-15
Feature
Employment law
Lyonsdown
15-Nov-15
Business report
The Inclusive Workplace (Sunday Telegraph)
Pay & Benefits
01-Dec-15
Feature
Employment law developments 2015
HR Magazine
01-Dec-15
Feature
Health and well-being
FT Healthcare Reports
08-Dec-15
FT Health: Digital Healthcare
Workplace New apps, online incentive schemes,web-based training and other approaches are proving important in efforts to boost prevention, diagnosis, treatment and support as employers and employees assume more responsibility for healthcare around the world
The Business: (The Independent Magazine)
Dec/Jan 2016
Special Feature
Employment Review
Christina Savage Post by: Christina Savage / Website: http://rtsmedia.co.uk
With a strong network of media contacts and in-depth knowledge of professional services, Christina advises a range of businesses and law firms on media and business development initiatives.