We have some very exciting webinars lined up, the dates of which we wanted to get in your diaries. Full details of these events will be uploaded to the blog closer to the dates, so do keep an eye out. If you would like to be added to the invitee list, please complete this form to receive our marketing materials.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG): issues for pension schemes
With the increased prominence of ESG on the pension trustee agenda and growing pressure to consider ESG factors when making investment decisions, we will be joined by industry experts who will share their insights and highlight practical concerns, reflecting on different ESG investments and how schemes can meet ESG objectives.
Date: Thursday 15 July 2021
Black Lives Matter: best practices in the UK, South Africa and US
The Black Lives Matter movement prompted a long overdue focus on the challenges faced by black people and other ethnic minorities in the workplace. How to make a real and tangible difference is one of the big questions facing decision-makers within workplaces of all shapes and sizes. Our series of quarterly webinars sees the Dentons People, Reward and Mobility team joined by leading industry guest speakers to discuss what companies need to be doing to advance their awareness and tackle modern racism at work.
Date: Thursday 16 September 2021
Mock Employment Tribunal
The event is designed to give directors, HR specialists and line managers an insight into what it is really like at an Employment Tribunal! After the mock hearing with Devereux, there will be an opportunity for discussion about how the Employment Judge might perceive the evidence and make his decision.
Date: Tuesday 5 October 2021
Worker Classification Series: independent contractors and employment status – a global overview
What we will cover:
1. Test for employment status
2. Risks and exposure
3. A look ahead
4. Practical tips
Date: Wednesday 29 September 2021
Worker Classification Series: a look at the UK, US and Canada
More information to follow.
Date: Wednesday 6 October 2021