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Employment Law Update

Severn House, Worcester WR4 9NE
£150 Members
+ VAT
 
Friday 31 March 2017
Event begins from 10:00 AM
Friday 31 March 2017 Event begins from 10:00 AM
£0
This is an interactive workshop on employment law for employers, managers and HR professionals, and because of the importance of employment legislation and the cost of getting it wrong, the workshop is suited to all employers no matter the size of workforce. The workshop will cover recent developments in employment law and future changes. This workshop will provide not only the update position regarding employers obligations, but also practical guidance on how to prepare for the forthcoming changes.

The Items for discussion in the next Update:

 

  • Gender Pay Reporting – How this will affect you, what steps you will need to take to comply and the legal consequences of failing to comply.

  • Apprenticeship Levy – What this means for companies, how it is calculated and how to benefit from this levy.

  • Brexit – Don’t Panic – we will discuss and review the areas of law where there may be change and reassure you where there are unlikely to be changes.

  • Modern Slavery – How this affects all B2B businesses, what steps you need to take, what a Modern Slavery Statement may include and what the legal consequences are for failing to comply.

  • Restrictive Covenants – How to protect your company and customer base from ex-employees conduct, how to draft the covenants to maximise enforceability and what your legal obligations are in addressing breaches of restrictive covenants.  We will look at cases where restrictive covenants have and have not been enforced.

  • Dress Code Policies – What is acceptable in the workplace and what is it acceptable to enforce?  We look at the test cases such as those highlighted in recent media and advise how to avoid difficulties regarding yours.  This is a highly sensitive area with strong views on all sides.  How can you ensure your workforce portrays your brand of professionalism whilst avoiding discrimination.  We look at areas including reasonable adjustments for disabled staff, religious dress and the much discussed “high heels” case.
 
Who should attend this course?
Any person who needs to be aware of the recent changes to employment law and how it will affect their business.


£150.00 Members (excludes VAT) / £188.00 Non members (excludes VAT)

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  training@hwchamber.co.uk      01905 673611