What is happening in employment law? (LEEDS)
27th September 2017
We are delighted to be hosting our always popular Employment law update taking place in Leeds on Wednesday 27th September, 8.30am - 12.00pm.
Our topical review of developments will examine recent and forthcoming changes in employment law. The year has seen a number of high profile court decisions which will almost certainly lead to your organisation having to modify its approach to HR-related matters. The session will cover:
- Employment Tribunal Fees: we know the removal of ET fees will mean more ET claims, but what about historic claims that have been rejected and claims that were not brought because of fees?
- Whistleblowing: the expansion of the meaning of “public interest” in whistleblowing cases.
- Maternity & Paternity leave: whether it’s gender discrimination to pay at different rates for maternity leave and shared parental leave.
- Working Time Regulations: holiday pay and the widening of the meaning of “voluntary” overtime.
- National Minimum Wage: the impact this is having within the social care sector.
- Discrimination: the controversial change to the law on the burden of proof in discrimination claims.
- Immigration law and Brexit: update
- Case law roundup
As usual, we will cover any significant new developments that arise closer to the event. Our practical take on these changes will allow you to carefully consider business strategy and plan for potentially significant changes in the coming months.
£50 plus VAT
8.30am – Registration and refreshments
9.00am – Presentations
12.00pm – Close and lunch
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If you have any questions or would like further information regarding this or any of our other events please contact Chloe Atkinson by email on email@example.com