Pam Loch, Managing Partner and founder of Loch Employment Law. Pam is a dual qualified English and Scottish lawyer with extensive experience in employment law.
The Super 6 section:
- Looking Back to 2016: 6 key cases from 2016 covering employment status, holiday pay, religious discrimination, race discrimination, ACAS code & shared parental leave
- Looking Forward: 6 changes in 2017 - minimum wage increases in April, auto-enrolment, apprenticeship levy in April, data protection for 2018, salary sacrifice scheme, gender pay gap reporting
- Tribunal Watch: 6 Decisions for 2017 – employment status, holiday pay, whistleblowing, ET fees, Religious and indirect discrimination
- Brexit changes on the horizon
- The changing face of employment & Gig Economy
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What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is limited parking at the hotel but road parking is available just outside the hotel (limited to 2hrs before 6pm)
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CIPD Kent Branch
We are the Kent branch of CIPD - the professional body for HR and people development. The not-for-profit organisation champions better work and working lives and has been setting the benchmark for excellence in people and organisation development for more than 100 years.
We have a wide range of organisations and CIPD membership and we respond to this with a full selection of CPD and networking opportunities.
Due to the geographical spread of the county we have 3 area groups – Mid Kent, West Kent and East Kent. Between them they regularly hold sessions with guest speakers on subjects requested by the members. Most events are supported by local companies who host the events and provide an opportunity to meet other HR practitioners.
We also appreciate the specialisms within HR and have Special Interest Groups that meet regularly and occasionally have speakers. These groups include Health and Social Care and Senior Practitioners. Similarly we have smaller bespoke groups, Self Managed Learning Groups that operate throughout the county. These include the Coaching Groups in East Kent and West Kent. We encourage the creation of new groups so if there is not an area covered, why not set one up?
Come along to an event and meet our friendly and welcoming committee members and the wonderful HR community of Kent!