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Employment Law Update - The Latest Position

Employment Law Update - The Latest Position

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Update: Requires no prior subject knowledge
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6 hours
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Introduction

This highly interactive in-person workshop covers the most important recent changes to all aspects of employment law. Whilst the content at each session will vary depending on what is topical... it is a ‘must attend’ seminar for the busy practitioner and HR professional covering all the need-to-know cases and legislation.

Employment expert Kate Shepherd will also guide you through the changes and what lies ahead.

What You Will Learn

This course will cover the following:

  • Key changes to the Working Time Regulations, TUPE, and the Equality Act from January 2024
  • Employment status - the latest decisions on workers/employee/self-employed status and the gig economy
  • Contracts of employment
  • Unfair dismissal and redundancy
  • Working time - latest position on overtime, holiday pay, sick pay, rolled up pay, commission payments and on call payments
  • Discrimination and the Equality Act 2010 and changes from January 2024
  • Family friendly rights including the amendments to flexible working laws, expanded protection for pregnant employees and carers leave
  • Equal pay claims
  • Settlement agreements
  • Whistleblowing decisions
  • TUPE - the reforms and changes to consultation requirements
  • What’s in the pipeline

Employment Law Update - The Latest Position

Feedback on this course

Hear from our past delegates
Ms Campbell

Oldham | North Ainley Solicitors

Very engaging, knowledgeable - not boring! Good structure & easy to follow

Miss Mottram

Preston | Forbes Solicitors

Brilliant. I like the interactive nature of the session - always good to hear stories from people in practice

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