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Annual employment law update – April 2017

The employment landscape is one that is constantly shifting. Employers who fail to keep up with the changes do so at their peril.

This seminar is designed to help in-house counsel and HR practitioners get to grips with key recent and forthcoming developments in employment, pensions and immigration law and practice and what they mean for your workforce. During this presentation, we will review:

  • gender pay gap reporting – where we are now;
  • the top employment cases of 2016 and 2017 and their implications for your business;
  • legislative changes on the horizon, including employment tribunal reform, the Trade Union Act, the apprenticeship levy, and changes to the taxation of termination payments;
  • recent developments in pensions law, including how some of your (non-pension) employment policies could end up in front of the Pensions Ombudsman, and what this means;
  • changes to the immigration landscape for employers of EEA nationals and non-EEA nationals; and
  • a brief review of the latest in health and safety law, including the new Sentencing Guidelines for safety offences and the HSE’s increased powers to charge for time spent regulating companies under the “fees for intervention” regime.

The seminar will be preceded by a breakfast buffet, and an opportunity to network. Following the presentation, we will run a complimentary legal clinic, at which you can ask a member of the team any tricky questions you may be grappling with at the moment.

This event will be held in our London office on April 27, 2017 and in our Milton Keynes office on April 25, 2017 from 08:30am – 10:30am.

If you would like to register for this event, please visit our website, links below for each location:

Milton Keynes, Tuesday 25 April

London, Thursday 27 April

 

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