Cheltenham-based employment and business law firm Sherbornes is hosting a seminar next week on changes to employment law.
Key changes in labor law – full update will take place on Wednesday, November 8 at Ellenborough Park in Cheltenham. And it’s not too late to book your tickets, but you need to act quickly!
In an increasingly complex business world, staying up to date with changes in labor law is of great importance.
The comprehensive, half-day event aimed at business owners and HR professionals promises to be an invaluable resource, providing key insight into the ever-changing employment law landscape.
The session will aim to explain the intricate details of upcoming employment law changes, as well as what has changed in the employment law landscape over the past year.
Speaking in plain English, Sherbornes’ legal team will delve into the nuances of key areas including:
Up-to-date information on the development of discrimination – including the definition of disability
Changes to unfair dismissal law – including the interplay of reasonable adjustments and fairness and whether bringing forward the effective date of resignation is dismissal
How to calculate annual leave in light of new cases
Illness and dealing with it legally – especially after it has been determined that the failure has led to constructive dismissal
Changes to flexible working hours and employment status
Summary of the new rules on zero hours and the right to request working hours be fixed.
Trula Brunsdon, Sherbornes partnersaid: “At Sherbornes we understand that employment law can be daunting. So my colleague Darren Sherborne and I will break down complicated legal jargon and share practical suggestions and tips.
“Whether you are an HR professional, a business owner or a manager, this seminar will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to navigate the diverse changes that have already occurred and those yet to come in employment law. By participating, delegates can contribute fully on an ongoing basis and significantly minimize the risk of costly problems.
Tickets for the half-day seminar cost £69 plus VAT per person and include breakfast and the opportunity to network with other local business professionals.
The number of places is limited. To secure your place, please email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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