Employment Law Update

These complimentary Employment Law Updates are designed to give delegates an understanding of what’s happening right now in employment law – and what’s just around corner.

Take a seat at our free employment law update.

Delivered by our HR and employment law specialists, we’ll take you through the latest legislation, case law and its implications for your business.

Suitable for HR practitioners and senior leaders you'll hear from our legal experts about the key developments in employment law, and understand how to ensure your business stays compliant in the face of evolving legislation.

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Location

Waterton Technology Centre
Waterton Industrial Estate
Bridgend
CF31 3WT

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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?

  • Understand the key employment law issues facing your business
  • Be able to take necessary steps to stay compliant
  • Formulate your people management strategies
  • Have the opportunity  to discuss any issues with our team

Programme

Slight variations to timings may apply – please see joining instructions

09:30 Registration, coffee and networking
10:00 Welcome and introductions

Case Law Update

Hear from our legal experts about a number of recent employment law decisions that could impact on your current HR practices and procedures. We will also highlight key cases to keep an eye on as they work their way through the courts.

Data Protection Update

As the date for the EU General Data Protection Regulation coming into force in the UK approaches (25 May 2018), we identify key preparation priorities for HR.

Brexit - migration watch

Get an update on the government's latest proposals for EU/UK migration post Brexit. What might this mean for employers?

Where are we with?

As Brexit negotiations continue, we take a look at proposals for the Repeal Bill - the legislation intended to repeal the 1972 European Communities Act and covert EU law into UK law at the point we leave the EU. We will also look at the Taylor Review which makes a number of recommendations as to how the law on employment status could be clarified and employment protections improved.

Questions
12:00-12:30 Close

 

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