Actions and Detail Panel
A Brexit bonfire of workers’ rights? Debating the future of UK employment l...
Thu 4 May 2017, 08:30 – 10:30 BST
Brexit brings the whole question of the UK’s employment law framework to the fore. Do we have the right balance of regulation to both protect individuals at work and promote labour market flexibility for employers? This research, commissioned by the CIPD, explores employers’ attitudes to employment law, how employers translate the law into practice and its impact on the business. The report will also examine key pieces of EU-derived employment regulation such as that relating to agency workers and working time to assess their effectiveness and future potential for reform.
Join us at Lewis Silkin to hear the insights from the latest CIPD research and engage with our expert panel.
This event includes a networking breakfast followed by a presentation and a panel discussion.
- Chair: Peter Cheese, Chief Executive, CIPD
- James Davies, Managing Divisional Partner, Lewis Silkin LLP
- Rachel Suff, Research Adviser, CIPD
- Matthew Percival, Head of Employment Law & Employee Relations at CBI (Confederation of British Industry)
- Hannah Reed, Senior Employment Rights Officer, TUC
Panel participants subject to change.