Employment Law remains a dynamic and exciting area of law in 2017 with multiple legal developments coming though such as the apprenticeship levy and the mandatory gender pay gap reporting regulations.
Our programme will be looking at numerous key areas in the field such as whistleblowing, the Trade Union Act, and holiday pay; as well as some hot topics in employment law practice such as discrimination and dress in the workplace and the Trade Union Act.Subscribe to Employment Law
- 13 Feb201715:30Working time, sickness, holiday pay and related issuesEmployment Law
- 06 Mar201715:30Discrimination and dress in the workplaceEmployment Law
- 03 Apr201715:30The Exclusivity Terms in Zero Hours Contracts (Redress) Regulations 2015 and Employment Tribunals Act 1996 (Application of Conciliation Provisions) Order 2015Employment Law
- 08 May201715:30WhistleblowingEmployment Law
- 29 May201715:30Due diligence for employment lawyersEmployment Law
- 19 Jun201715:30Public sector exit payments: caps and claw-backsEmployment Law
- 03 Jul201715:30Taxation of termination paymentsEmployment Law
- 31 Jul201715:30Employment status in the ever more flexible working environmentEmployment Law
- 04 Sep201715:30Restructuring and the employment issues that arise from thisEmployment Law
- 02 Oct201715:30Gender pay gap reportingEmployment Law
- 13 Nov201715:30The Trade Union Act 2016Employment Law
- 30 Nov201715:30Employment law yearly round-up 2017Employment Law
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- Available nowEmployment law yearly round-upEmployment LawThis webinar will provide an overview of the developments in employment law throughout 2016 including, latest developments in discrimination.
- Available nowNegotiation and settlement of claimsEmployment LawBeing able to negotiate and settle complex claims is one of the most important skills for a lawyer. In this webinar, our panel of experts ...
- Available nowMinimum wageEmployment LawThe debate surrounding minimum wage legislation has attracted a strong interest from all types of businesses. In this webinar, our panel of experts will bring ...
- Available nowOutsourcing (TUPE)Employment LawThe Transfer of Undertakings is wide-ranging. These regulations have been in force since April 2006. Our panel of experts will bring you up to date ...
- Available nowWhether to bring an ET claimEmployment LawIn this webinar we will look at preliminary considerations on whether to bring an ET claim. Our panel of experts will discuss key issues and ...
- Available nowTU Bill: plus certification officer power changesEmployment Law"The Trade Union Bill currently before Parliament is unfair, unnecessary and undemocratic" - Unison. The controversial TU bill is currently one of the most interesting ...
- Available nowAcas early conciliationEmployment LawThere have been a number of cases and developments since the early conciliation procedure was introduced in April 2014. Our panel of experts will examine ...
- Available nowSick leave and related issuesEmployment LawOur panel of experts will provide guidance on what is sick leave and how it works, as well as bringing you up to speed on ...
- Available nowMandatory gender pay gap reporting: what you need to knowEmployment LawParliament has amended the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015, requiring employers with 250 or more employees to report on the gender pay gap ...
- Available nowUpdate on zero-hours contracts (non-exclusivity)Employment LawAs the number of workers on zero-hours contracts rises by over 19% since 2014, this has become a hot topic for employment law practitioners. Our ...
- Available nowApprenticeshipsEmployment LawWith the Governments' kick start plan to roll out 3 million apprenticeships, this is becoming a topic of increasing interest especially, with new legislation that ...
- Available nowCollective redundanciesEmployment LawIn light of 2015's Woolworths decision collective redundancies have been very much in the legal headlines in recent times. In this webinar our speakers will ...
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