Lower Brown Street
Knightsbridge House, Lower Brown Street, Leicester, LE15NL
An overview of some of the latest employment law developments aimed at HR professionals.
This event is delivered as part of the Collaborate Growing Business Together project and is specifically aimed at businesses based in Leicester and Leicestershire, with fewer than 250 employees (all other bookings will be respectfully declined)*
Hosted by employment lawyers from top-ranked local law firm Gateley Plc, this session will provide an overview of the key employment-related developments expected in the second half of 2018 and beyond.
With Brexit looming closer, this practical and interactive session will look at all of the most important developments in employment law and how they will affect your organisation.
The agenda, delivered by Helen Webster, Solicitor, Gateleys plc, will include:
- “Deal or no deal”: implications for employment law and worker rights in light of Brexit
- Recent developments in case law over the last six months, in the areas of:
- Disciplinary procedures
- Unfair dismissal
- Changes to terms and conditions; and
- Shared parental leave
- Your opportunity to “ask the expert” about HR and employment law
Healthy Workplaces Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport (LRS)
UK Businesses are currently facing losses of 4.4 days sick leave per employee, per year costing the UK economy over £9bn with organisations across Leicestershire reaching peaks of 12 days, nearly 3 times the national average.
Lack of time, flexibility and the ability to build healthier options into the working day are cited as the biggest barriers to leading a healthy lifestyle. Yet it can be hard to understand where organisations can prioritise investment in staff health and wellbeing especially when moving above and beyond basic health and safety requirements.
We hear from Abbi Tyson, Sports Development Officer at LRS, who have designed and developed a Wellbeing@Work package which offers organisations across Leicestershire and Rutland an exclusive opportunity to access a new Workplace Health Needs Assessment. The package helps to identify priority areas of health and wellbeing and provides practical advice on how to tackle them.
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