Join us for our half day training session, employment Law update, keeping you up to speed with crucial new developments and recent and expected changes in employment legislation. Key topics will include:
• Brexit and the impact on HR
• Gender pay reporting;
• Extension of shared parental leave;
• Recent case law update; and
• An insight into the hot topics expected in 2017
- To provide an interactive session which will highlight and consolidate the vast array of changes which we have seen in employment law over the last 12 months and what we expect to see in the coming 12 months.
- To create a forum for sharing experience with peers in other organisations.
Increased understanding of the changes and the particular impact on your organisation/business.
Who would benefit from attending?:
HR Professionals with responsibility for employment law in their organisation; Employers in small businesses; Managers in organisations whose primary responsibility is people management; Students studying HR.
Brief speaker/company profile:
Eversheds Intenational Law Firm
Louise is a Legal Director in our Human Resources practice group. She specialises in both contentious and non-contentious employment law matters. Louise has particular experience in advising on the employment aspects of commercial transactions and providing strategic advice in connection with reorganisations and TUPE transfers. Louise is also part of the Immigration law team and advises clients on complying with their obligations under the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 and obtaining sponsorship licences.
Louise is an experienced Tribunal advocate and a regular speaker at client training events, delivering training on both public courses and bespoke sessions. Louise is also a member of the Employment Law Association.
Kate is a Principal Associate at Eversheds' Leeds office. Kate has a joint role at Eversheds specialising in both employment and pensions.
Kate regularly advises employers on all aspects of employment law, in particular disciplinary, grievance and discrimination issues. She also regularly delivers in-house client training, focussing on 'real life' examples and ensuring interactive sessions which ensures delegates benefit from commercial and practical guidance.
Similarly, Kate advises both corporates and trustees on various pension issues and regularly attends trustee meetings to deliver training to trustees and companies following changes to their scheme documentation and/or changes in legislation affecting their schemes.
Kate can often be found delivering some of Eversheds' external training courses at breakfast briefings, public courses (including our mock tribunals) and at seminars run in conjunction with various recruitment agencies. Kate also regularly presents for CIPD and Payroll Alliance.