• If you are involved in the HR practitioner workspace, you will know how challenging 2023 has been. Recruitment and retention issues have been causing headaches for many workplaces, industrial action is more prevalent than it has been for many years, and employee relations disputes seem to get more and more complex. On top of all that, there is the political uncertainty of next year’s anticipated general election, which can impact workforce planning.

    In this session, our team of expert employment lawyers gave guidance on some of the key employment issues of the year so far, along with exploring the next wave of changes up ahead, and what these changes might mean for your organisation next year.

    The key areas that were covered were:

    1. Employment law roundup: an analysis of recent and important employment law cases and policy developments, including on sexual harassment, holiday pay, flexible working and religion & belief
    2. Immigration law issues for employers: an overview of the key immigration issues HR professionals most commonly need support with – Brexit, Right to work and Skilled workers. To support HR teams to understand their options within the UK immigration system, plan for recruitment from overseas and keep up-to-date with important changes.
    3. What’s on the employment law horizon?

    This webinar will be of particular interest to HR directors, HR managers, ED&I specialists, in house employment lawyers, general counsel, and other lawyers or managers with oversight of employment law issues.

  • Please note that advance registration is required for this free webinar.

    Please also be aware that places for this webinar are limited and may get over subscribed.

    Our clients will get priority, but we will endeavour to increase capacity where we can to allow all those who wish to attend a place.

    Where we are heavily oversubscribed, we will limit places per organisation.

    Registration will close at the advertised start time.

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