Employment Law Update
Protect and Safeguard Your Business
|Date: Tuesday 17 September 2019||Location: The Fairway Inn, Birley, Sheffield||Cost: £95|
This Employment Law Update will provide you with an overview of the key recent legislative changes and give you an insight into what legal changes you can expect in 2020 and beyond whilst providing practical guidance on how you can plan for those changes so you stay legally compliant. The changes are explained in a practical and straightforward way with plenty of opportunity for questions along the way.
Employment legislation can be complex and new legislation can be introduced while existing legislation can be amended or repealed. Changes to Employment Legislation used to be limited to April and October in each year but now they can be introduced at any time of the year, making it difficult to keep on top of changes and protect your business. On top of all that there are consultations and case law which can have an impact on how you run your business.<.p>
Keeping up to date with evolving employment legislation helps you reduce the risk of time consuming tribunal claims and financial penalties.
This Employment Law Update, is constantly evolving, provides you with a solid grounding on recent changes to employment legislation and provides insight into upcoming changes in the law that will enable your business to stay informed, legally compliant and well prepared.
- Whats happened recently that will impact your business:
- Details of current statutory payments (statutory sick pay, maternity/paternity pay etc)
- Shared Parental Leave
- Adoption Leave
- Attendance at Antenatal and Adoption Appointments
- Extension of Unpaid Parental Leave
- Flexible Working for all Employees
- Fit For Work Service
- What legislation you can expect in 2020 and what they mean for your business:
- The Good Work Plan – NEW this sets out the actions the Government intends to take in response to the four employment-related consultations it launched in February 2018
- Parental Bereavement Leave – NEW this new entitlement will allow employed parents who lose a child to two weeks’ paid leave to allow them time to grieve and will be introduced in April 2020
- Holiday Reference Period – CHANGES will increase from 12 to 52 weeks in April 2020
- Written Statement of Main Terms and Conditions of Employment – CHANGES becomes a day one right in April 2020
- Agency workers and the ‘Swedish derogation’ REPEALED – this currently permits agency workers to be paid less than their permanent counterparts if they receive a certain level of pay between assignments. This comes into force on 6 April 2020.
- Significant tribunal decisions and the current pending cases which could develop employment law and change HR policies and practices in 2020.
- voluntary overtime in the calculation of holiday pay
- when does banter amount to harassment in the workplace?
- should an employer delay holding a disciplinary hearing due to the employee’s union rep not being available for 2 weeks?
- Impact of Brexit on employment law
- Employers and the EU settlement status scheme
Please note, the content of the Employment Law Update is subject to change in order for us to provide you with the most recent legislative changes and case law round-up.
Following the employment law update seminar we will also be hosting a networking lunch at the venue, giving you the opportunity to sample the excellent food prepared by The Fairway Inn, meet delegates from other organisations and catch up with me on a one-to-one basis.
Kelly Pardoe of Kelly Pardoe Wealth Management will also be attending the event and will have a chat with you about financial planning.
Who Should Attend
This seminar is for business owners and those with responsibility for HR matters within small businesses.
This seminar will provide you with the knowledge to protect your business from expensive employment tribunals.
What: 2019 Employment Law Update
Where: The Fairway Inn, Birley, Sheffield
When: Tuesday 17 September 2019 (10am to 1pm)
How Much: £95 per delegate
Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.