With so much change taking place and a backlog of 51,000 cases at the Employment Tribunal, being current has never been more important.
2020 was like no other and 2021 is not far behind. So many of us have changed the way we work and maybe for some those changes will continue. Staff reductions, remote working and more technology seems inevitable as cost savings remain a focus. As we start to look ahead to the lifting of current restrictions flexible resourcing may be key but some of the previous solutions organisations may have turned to have altered of late. Brexit has made it harder and more expensive to hire workers from outside of the EU. Casual workers or zero hour contracts have been under scrutiny and many workers have been given more rights from recent case law such as the Uber decision. Additionally IR35 has added to the cost of hiring freelancers. There is a back log of 51,000 cases at the Employment Tribunal as more and more people bring claims.
Employment law awareness has never been more important, as decisions for the future begin to be taken.
This essential Employment Law Update will provide you with a concise overview, picking up on the most common and useful areas of late by reviewing key case law over the last year, as well as recent changes in legislation.
Expert trainer, Toni Trevett, will take you through what is proposed and likely to happen in the near future, including:
Toni Trevett is a director of CompleteHR Ltd, an HR consultant, and a coach, mediator and trainer specialising in HR/people management skills, employment law, management development and personal development. She has experience of working with a variety of large and small organisations and has considerable experience of work in both the public and private sector. Clients include British American Tobacco, Schlumberger, Stihl, Shell, The Telegraph, Dairy Crest, Bywaters, NATS the ACCA, AAT and many more.
She was formerly a human resources director within the BAA plc group. She is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and a member with over 20 years standing of the Employment Tribunal judiciary, hearing cases in London and the South East. In addition to her training work she conducts investigations and hearings for clients on disciplinary, grievance, discrimination, harassment and bullying issues and is also a workplace mediator.
We don't have any currently scheduled dates for this course but we can customise it to your requirements and deliver it on an in-house basis for any number of your staff or colleagues.
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