In our latest session, we will provide delegates with an update on recent case law and practical advice on handling a redundancy selection and process.
Following the fallout from Brexit, employers are being prompted to consider cutting overheads and, in most cases, this may mean reducing the staff count.
Redundancies can be one of the most difficult dismissals to manage for an employer. Mentioning the ‘R’ word to the workforce can also have an adverse effect on moral, motivation and productivity during a redundancy exercise.
In this session, we consider the following issues:
- Choosing staff for redundancy
- How many meetings are required?
- What is a “suitable” alternative job offer?
- Tips to minimise risks of Tribunal claims
We will also be delighted to welcome Jo Banks, a Transformational Coach, CBT Therapist, NLP Master Practitioner and author, who has more than 20 years’ experience as a Senior HR Professional, establishing her own Coaching and Consultancy Practice, What Next Consultancy (UK) Ltd in 2009.
In this short but informative session, Jo will share her unique insight into the most common mistakes made by companies during organisational change programmes. Using direct feedback gained from affected employees, you will learn simple but effective solutions, designed to make future transition more successful.
About the Series
We understand that employment law is a rapidly-changing area and it can, therefore, be difficult to keep up with all the new legislation affecting you and your employees.
Our employment law update seminars are aimed at HR professionals, business owners and anyone responsible for on-the-ground management. Delivered by our expert employment law team, our quarterly breakfast seminars are free to attend and offer you the opportunity to get clear, practical advice on all the latest changes and network with likeminded professionals.
To enquire about our events programme, or to sign up for updates, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What attendees think
9 out of 10 attendees would recommend our employment seminars to others. Here is what some of our attendees had to say about the series:
“Really enjoyed the information provided. Great speakers and summary of case law.”
“Another great update. Really enjoyed the guest speaker too, great to be made aware of what you can do.”
"It definitely filled my knowledge gaps."