From anti-slavery statements to zero-hours contracts, XpertHR’s next webinar guides employers through the big changes in employment law and some of the smaller ones too.
Employment lawyer Laurie Anstis will provide a 60-minute overview to help employers navigate their way through recent and upcoming legislative changes that have arisen as a result of Government initiatives or case law.
Legal update 2015-2016: An A to Z of changes for employers
The webinar, in association with Personnel Today, will cover all the October 2015 changes, including anti-slavery statements, the minimum wage and Fit for Work.
It will also look at the latest advice on holiday pay, with regards to including overtime and commission (Lock v British Gas). Additionally, it will address where employers stand on pensions schemes for civil partners (Innospec v Walker). These cases and more will be covered to make sure your business is aware of the legal risks currently affecting HR.
Watch this webinar to improve your understanding of:
- Anti-slavery statements – what are companies required to do?
- Tribunals losing their power to make wider recommendations
- Occupational health services – what does Fit for Work mean for employers?
- Zero-hours contracts – what is the impact of the ban on exclusivity clauses?
This webinar, hosted by XpertHR’s Sue Dennehy, will include a live Q&A session. Attendees can submit their questions live during the webinar.
Laurie Anstis is a senior associate with Boyes Turner, specialising in employment law. He acts as an advocate in employment tribunals across Britain and in the industrial tribunal in Northern Ireland. He is also an employment law trainer and chair of the Law Society’s Employment Law Committee.
This webinar was originally broadcast on Thursday 1 October, 2:00pm BST