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Employment Law Update

Employment Law Updates provide delegates with greater understanding of imminent changes in employment law and clarification of new case law through discussion.

Are you confident that you are fully up-to-date with key developments in employment law?

It can be difficult for busy managers and HR practitioners to read and digest the latest legislation, case law and its implications. This Employment Law Update seminar is complemented by an open forum during which important topical issues are examined and discussed.

Learn about recent case law developments, including an update on the law on holiday pay. Find out about recent trends in employment law and hear about the likely approach of the main political parties to employment law if they form a Government after the election.

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Location

St James's House,
Frederick Road,
Edgbaston,
B15 1JJ

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Who Should Attend?

  • Directors
  • Managers
  • HR Practitioners
  • Supervisors
  • Team Leaders who are involved in HR or management of people

Why Attend?

  • Attendance at this seminar will provide delegates with a greater understanding of employment legislation, awareness of imminent changes in employment law and clarification of new case law through discussion.
  • Find out the employment law plans of the main political parties in the run up to the election.

Programme

Registration and coffee and networking

Case law update: We will be considering some of the key employment law cases, since our last Member briefings. We will focus in particular on recent developments in the area of disability discrimination, reasonable adjustments and time off for dependants

The balance of power: In this session, we will take a look at trends in the balance of power between employers and their workforce across different fields, including family leave, employee involvement, termination of employment, tribunal cases and flexible workforce arrangements.

Election watch: With the political parties gearing up for the General Election later this year, we will explore the likely approach of each of the main parties to employment law if elected. We will highlight the issues to watch and fill you on EEF’s policy agenda for the year ahead.

Where are we with holiday pay?? We will update you on the most recent case law developments and legislative changes. We will update you on what is happening ‘on the ground’ in relation to holiday pay in terms of negotiations, settlements and new deals going forward

Light lunch where applicable

Stated event times include 30 minutes for registration and refreshments before the presentation commence

EEF will not normally refuse entry to seminars; however it is our policy not to admit competitors of any nature into free events