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  • Webinar | Tuesday 18 June 2024 | 10:30 - 12:00 | 90 Minutes

    2024 is proving to be a challenging year for HR professionals, we have already seen changes to family-friendly rights, holiday pay and flexible working, not to mention the plethora of case law developments, new codes of practice and government guidance.

    Later in the year we will see yet further developments with the new legislation on sexual harassment and predictable working conditions, and on top of all that, there is the anticipated general election, which could result in number of fundamental legislative changes.  

    Our team of expert employment lawyers will guide you through some of the key issues of the year so far. They will also explore the next wave of changes, and what they might mean for your organisation.

    The key areas we will cover are:

    1. Employment law roundup - an analysis of recent and important employment law cases and policy developments including: hybrid and flexible working, changes to holiday pay calculations, EDI issues and the latest guidance regarding menopause in the workplace.
    2. Sexual harassment/safety issues for employers - an overview of the key statutory, case law and policy developments affecting this important aspect of employee relations with a particular focus on the new duty to prevent sexual harassment which comes into effect in October and how some sectors/employers are responding.
    3. What’s on the employment law horizon - a look at the general election, cases to watch and further legislative changes

    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 be aware that places for this seminar 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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