Spring Employment Law Update

2016-02-01 chris posted:

Spring clean your business to make sure you are up to speed with the most recent developments in employment law!

Feel confident that you are up to date and equipped to deal with any workplace issues that might arise in 2016.

Our spring seminar aims to get you ready for the challenge, to help you keep a happy workforce and maintain high staff morale.

We will be taking a close look at how to avoid discrimination in the workplace; the impact of recent developments in disability and gender reassignment; checking you have the right type of contracts in place for your staff; explaining changes in calculating holiday pay; considering how the new fit for work scheme is affecting businesses; and looking ahead to see what changes to expect in 2016.

Come and join us in the relaxed atmosphere of the Francis Hotel, and exchange ideas with other like-minded business owners and HR managers.

We will be looking at recent developments including:

  • Changes to unfair dismissal;
  • Employment tribunal reforms;
  • Holiday pay calculations;
  • Termination payments and protected conversations;
  • Sickness absence and the fit for Work scheme;
  • Apprenticeships;
  • Foreign workers;
  • Zero hours contracts;
  • National Living Wage;
  • Gender pay reporting;
  • Shared parental leave;
  • Childcare arrangements; and
  • Any other topics you request!

Date: Wednesday 2nd March 2016

Venue: The Francis Hotel, Queen Square, Bath, BA1 2HH

Time: Registration and refreshments from 4pm

Seminar starts at 4.30pm and finishes at 6pm

Networking and Q&A’s from 6pm

Price: Each delegate £10 plus VAT which includes copies of the slides and templates.

Closing date for bookings is Tuesday 1st March 2016.

PLEASE VISIT EVENTBRITE TO BOOK YOUR TICKETS

Speakers: Jennifer Renney-Butland is a solicitor and specialist employment practitioner with over 25 years’ experience in law. She advises businesses on all aspects of employment law, both non-contentious and disputes, and is a seasoned speaker on employment issues. Chris Amys will qualify as a solicitor this year, and his contribution will be his cameo appearance at employment law seminars.

Aimed at business owners and HR managers, we hope you can join us!

For further information contact Chris Amys on 01225 632240 or at employment@renneyandco.com.

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