Employment Law in the UK – What does the future hold? (Doncaster)
Date: Thursday 28 February 2019
Venue: Doncaster Racecourse, DN2 6BB
This masterclass will take a look at some of the key areas that will affect employers in the final days of the run up to Brexit and beyond, including whether there will be any immediate changes to employment law, what changes might happen during the transition period and beyond, and how employers should prepare for the next few years.
We will also take a broader look at the employment law horizon, including the Good Work review, and the key employment law cases for employers to be aware of as the year progresses.
Employment law changes as a result of Brexit.
• The Good Work Review and how it will affect UK employment law
• The key cases you should be aware of as an employer
A seminar formatted presentation, including opportunities for interactive discussion and question and answers. The first half of the session will look at Brexit and the implications and the second half of the session will look at the Good Work review and notable case law.
What are the benefits to my business?
Keeping up to date with changes in employment law is crucial for any business, large or small. Changes that might follow Brexit will need to be implemented at appropriate times, and case law constantly develops existing principles of employment law. Most recently, case law on the employment status of individuals has developed at a very quick pace. By attending this masterclass you will be kept up to date with the developments that will affect your business, and have the opportunity to raise questions on key topics.
Who is it for?
• Owner / managers of businesses
• HR professionals
Who is leading it?
The masterclass will be led by Liesel Whitfield, Director of Employment of Stewart and Co., Solicitors. Liesel has specialised in employment law for over 18 years and has a wealth of experience in advising businesses of all sizes on contentious and non-contentious employment matters. She has carried out litigation in all levels of the UK Courts and the European Court of Justice, and has significant experience in collective consultation and industrial relations matters. Liesel has recently returned to the Doncaster area to practice after spending 14 years in Sheffield, and has joined up with Kate Haigh to form Stewart and Co., Solicitors, which specialises in litigation and employment matters.
Only one registration per business via Eventbrite will be confirmed. If additional people from your business would like to attend, they can be added to a waiting list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the business name, name of additional attendee and contact telephone number. If this Masterclass isn’t fully subscribed upon the closure of registrations, we will contact you to offer the additional place. The waiting list will be prioritised on a first come first served basis. Businesses that register more than one attendee via Eventbrite will be contacted and asked to nominate one person to attend.
This masterclass is open to small and medium-sized enterprises based in the Sheffield City Region. If you are unsure whether you fall into this region you can use the postcode checker here: http://www.scrgrowthhub.co.uk/areas-we-cover/ A part of your business must be based in one of the following districts: Barnsley, Bassetlaw, Bolsover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire Dales, Doncaster, North East Derbyshire. Rotherham or Sheffield.
To find out if your business meets the definition for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME), please visit:http://ec.europa.eu/DocsRoom/documents/15582/attachments/1/translations/en/renditions/native
Please note that if your firm that is part of a larger Group you may need to include staff headcount, turnover, balance sheet data for the Group too, to ascertain whether it is eligible.
We are pleased to be able to provide this masterclass free of charge due to funding from the European Regional Development Fund. There are a number of eligibility criteria for attendees which we will check using the online registration questions and in a phone call to every attendee prior to the event.
Q/ How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
A/ Email email@example.com
Q/ What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
A/ Parking is available at the venue
Q/ I would like to bring a colleague, is this ok?
A/ No, only one attendee per company is permitted.
Q/ Will refreshments be provided?
A/ Hot and cold drinks will be provided
This event will be delivered by the ‘Sheffield City Region Growth Hub Enhancement Project’ that is part-funded by the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. The project, for high-growth businesses in the Sheffield City Region, aims to increase their competitiveness and so help them grow and prosper.
For further information and details of how to register, please follow the link provided.