Essential Employment Law Briefing 2015

2015-01-14 Jennifer Renney posted:

Keeping on top of employment legislation and managing ever changing procedures can both challenging and time consuming for any business.

Despite the Government’s commitment to reducing the regulatory burdens on employers, 2014 has been a busy year with a significant number of changes to Employment Law. Whether it has been getting to grips with challenges to the family friendly legislation, reviewing the use of zero hours contracts, or dealing with the recent case law on holiday pay, there has hardly been a quiet moment.

New laws are constantly being introduced, amended and reinterpreted. Getting it wrong can cost a business many hours of wasted effort and thousands of pounds at an Employment Tribunal.

How can we help local employers? An Employment Law Briefing...

To help our clients and local businesses understand their obligations as employers we are delivering a briefing to guide you through the major changes in Employment Law over the last 12 months and prepare you for 2015.

Tuesday 3rd February 4.30pm until 6.00pm

Registration: 4.00pm - Francis Hotel, Queen Square, Bath

Book your place now by emailing us at employment@renneyandco.com or through Eventbrite

The briefing – presented by Jennifer Renney-Butland, Principal Solicitor at Renney and Co and Philip McCabe, Senior Associate Solicitor will guide you through some of the major changes that have made the headlines over the past 12 months including:

  • The current law on calculation of holiday pay – and where next
  • A round up of the changes being made to family friendly rights
  • New penalties for employers in the Employment Tribunal
  • Social media in the workplace
  • Disciplinary and Grievance issues
  • Discrimination
  • Pensions
  • Changes to Employment Law in 2015

Book your place now by emailing employment@renneyandco.com or through Eventbrite

Each delegate £10.00 plus VAT. Closing date for bookings, Friday 30th January 2015

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