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Seminar: The future is now - dealing with modern workforce issues
Wed, 24 May 2017, 09:00 – Thu, 8 Jun 2017, 12:00 BST
London 24/05/2017, Bevan Brittan LLP, Fleet Place House, 2 Fleet Place, Holborn Viaduct, EC4M 7RF, London. Registration 09:30 Seminar 10:00- 13:00 followed by lunchBirmingham 06/06/2017 , Bevan Brittan LLP, Interchange Place, Edmund Street, Birmingham, B3 2TA. Registration: 09:30 - 10:00 Timings 10:00- 13:00 followed by lunch
Bristol 07/06/2017, Bevan Brittan LLP, Kings Orchard, 1 Queen Street, Bristol, BS2 0HQ Registration: 09:30 - 10:00 Timings: 10:00 - 13:00. Followed by networking lunchLeeds 08/06/2017, central location to be confirmed. Registration: 09:30 - 10:00 Timings: 10:00- 13:00 followed by networking lunch
New technology is encouraging employers to look beyond conventional working patterns; whilst, at the same time, concern is growing over whether the traditional legal framework can keep up with the pace of change. The Taylor Review is considering modern working practices, and this is taking place against the backdrop of greater employer scrutiny, including reform of taxation arrangements for public sector intermediaries (IR35).
And whilst new technology has allowed workplace innovation, it has also engendered the need for robust workplace practices and policies around social media management.
This session will look at the key legal issues surrounding atypical working arrangements. The second part of the session will focus on key practical steps to assist with misuse of social media and reducing litigation risk.
Employee / worker categories and why they matter.
Case law update - including Uber, CitySprint, Pimlico Plumbers.
Increased self-regulation – working time, minimum wage and Modern Slavery.
New intermediaries rules – IR35.
Managing social media in the workplace.
Who Should Attend?
Directors of Human Resources
Human Resources Advisers, Managers and Business Partners
Equality and diversity officers
Heads of Legal
Attending this training is completely FREE of charge. The session will be followed by a networking lunch giving you the opportunity to meet fellow attendees and direct your questions to the speakers.
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