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Employment Law & Criminal Law - Simplifying the Complexities

Employment Law & Criminal Law - Simplifying the Complexities

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Level
Update: Requires no prior subject knowledge
CPD
1.25 hours
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Introduction

This webinar will use real-world case studies to explore the complex relationship between employment law and criminal law.

Expert speaker Paul Jennings will discuss a series of difficult scenarios that employers and employees may encounter and will offer guidance on how to handle them successfully.

What You Will Learn

This webinar will cover the following:

  • What should an employer do if an employee is under investigation by the police?
  • Is an employee duty bound to inform an employer that they are under investigation or have been charged?
  • Is an employer entitled to conduct its own investigation, or should it wait until the police investigation has concluded?
  • What is the typical life cycle of a criminal investigation, and how long does the process normally take?
  • What if the allegations have nothing to do with work?
  • Is suspension reasonable or necessary?
  • In what circumstances can an employer dismiss?
  • When should an employer consider issues relating to safeguarding?
  • What if the employer/employee is regulated - are there reporting requirements?
  • When is an employer under an obligation to report a concern to the police?
  • To what extent can/should an employer assist the police?

This webinar was recorded on 2nd April 2024

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