Stephanie is a Senior Manager in PwC's Employment Law Practice.
Stephanie works with her clients on a broad range of HR/employment law issues arising at a national and international level. She is experienced on people aspects of restructuring and deals and advising companies with an internationally mobile workforce and works with her clients to ensure that both commercial and legal issues are addressed.
Stephanie has advised on, drafted and updated documentation relating to the employment relationship to ensure compliance with legislation and best practice including service agreements, assignment letters, restrictive covenants and employee handbooks. In addition, Stephanie has considerable litigation experience, having managed a number of unfair dismissal and high value discrimination claims. She also regularly advises clients on equal pay and gender pay gap reporting.
Tilly is a barrister with 11 years’ experience of advising on and litigating employment disputes. Described as being “always solutions orientated”, she has represented a wide variety of clients including multi-national companies, trade unions, insurers, partnerships, public and government bodies and major plcs.
Tilly works closely with HR professionals advising on strategies for restructuring, change-management, investigating and managing complex and lengthy grievances including allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment and whistle blowing.
Tilly has particular expertise in training senior executives and HR on employment law and its implementation in the workplace. Using the knowledge and expertise gained dealing with tribunal claims and grievances, Tilly focuses on practical examples and real life scenarios to help companies achieve legal compliance and HR best practice.
This session will focus on three key challenges HR professionals are facing and offer practical advice on how to solve the common problems and deal with the risks that arise in these areas.
We will cover:
• Gender Pay & Modern Slavery Act reporting – what your business should be doing now and why;
• Social Media - how to deal with reputational risks and misconduct e.g. Brexit bullying and how far your business can lawfully go in monitoring staff and their communications; and
• Shared Parental Leave & Pay – how to manage the challenges of the new flexible regime in a way that addresses the needs of both the parent and your business.
18:00 - arrival & refreshments
18:30 - welcome and start of presentation
20:00/20:30 - finish & departure
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