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Brexit HR and Employment Law - Where are we now? - Private Webinar We can't let April go by without pausing to reflect on the developments post 29th March 2019 - the expected date of Brexit. We won't be scaremongering, but will take a pragmatic review of the situation as it is and will discuss how (if at all) this will have an immediate impact on employers.

Even if you would like to think Brexit won't affect you, the real focus will be on topics that will impact HR and employment law across the UK, regardless. This will include: right to work checks, the EU settlement scheme, the prospect of changing terms and conditions in light of any legislative change and market trends that have already been identified in connection with Brexit that are already posing strategic HR challenges to a range of industries.
9/4/201912:30pm BST1 hour
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Brexit HR and Employment Law - Where are we now? We can't let April go by without pausing to reflect on the developments post 29th March 2019 - the expected date of Brexit. We won't be scaremongering, but will take a pragmatic review of the situation as it is and will discuss how (if at all) this will have an immediate impact on employers.

Even if you would like to think Brexit won't affect you, the real focus will be on topics that will impact HR and employment law across the UK, regardless. This will include: right to work checks, the EU settlement scheme, the prospect of changing terms and conditions in light of any legislative change and market trends that have already been identified in connection with Brexit that are already posing strategic HR challenges to a range of industries.
9/4/20192:00pm BST1 hour
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The Future for Workers (Status and Rights) - Private Webinar Employment status is renowned for being tricky to navigate. Did you know that all employees are workers, but not all workers are employees? It is important for employers to distinguish the two correctly from the outset, as the statutory rights attached to each are different and getting this wrong can be costly.

The government commissioned The Independent Review of Employment Practices in the Modern Economy (which is commonly known as the Taylor review) which was published in July 2017. It recommended better clarification around employment status and greater protection for workers. As a result, new laws which have recently been dubbed as the "largest upgrade in workers' rights for over 20 years" have been published and are mostly due to come into effect in April 2020.

They will radically change the approach employers need to take toward workers and agency staff (and some changes affect all employees too!). They will certainly require your time, and may involve financial costs to implement and maintain, so the time to start preparing is here.

Join us for this session to check which changes are relevant to you. We will provide some clarity on the differences in status, identify the different changes employers need to know about and provide advice on how to prepare, as your HR practices will need to hit the ground running in April next year.
14/5/201912:30pm BST1 hour
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The Future for Workers (Status and Rights) Employment status is renowned for being tricky to navigate. Did you know that all employees are workers, but not all workers are employees? It is important for employers to distinguish the two correctly from the outset, as the statutory rights attached to each are different and getting this wrong can be costly.

The government commissioned The Independent Review of Employment Practices in the Modern Economy (which is commonly known as the Taylor review) which was published in July 2017. It recommended better clarification around employment status and greater protection for workers. As a result, new laws which have recently been dubbed as the "largest upgrade in workers' rights for over 20 years" have been published and are mostly due to come into effect in April 2020.

They will radically change the approach employers need to take toward workers and agency staff (and some changes affect all employees too!). They will certainly require your time, and may involve financial costs to implement and maintain, so the time to start preparing is here.

Join us for this session to check which changes are relevant to you. We will provide some clarity on the differences in status, identify the different changes employers need to know about and provide advice on how to prepare, as your HR practices will need to hit the ground running in April next year.
14/5/20192:00pm BST1 hour
Register

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