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Events & Seminars

Basic Employment Law Course for Christian Organisations

Paul Roberts, head of our employment department, is leading a basic employment law course hosted by the Evangelical Alliance. The course is ideal for anyone in a church or Christian charity who deals with employee issues.

The course will cover creating the employment relationship, maintaining the employment relationship and terminating the employment relationship.

It is on Wednesday, 4 July at the Evangelical Alliance, 176 Copenhagen Street, London N1 0ST.

For more details and to book your place please click here: http://www.eauk.org/church/networks/hr-network/employment-law.cfm?utm_source=HR+Network&utm_campaign=3e677ea008-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_07_27&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_38c618405a-3e677ea008-302784097&mc_cid=3e677ea008&mc_eid=f73e2f9252


MANAGING CHANGE AND RISK: KEY ISSUES IN EMPLOYMENT LAW AND BENEFIT PROVISON

We will be presenting an employment law update as part of this event.  We will cover:

  • Balancing the rights of employers and employees
  • Abolition of tribunal fees and the impact on claims
  • Gender pay gap reporting
  • Atypical workers: UBER and the gig economy/zero hours contracts
  • Important employment tribunal cases
  • GDPR update

There will also be presentations on the value of employee benefits from our clients Busy Bees Benefits and Fleet Evolution.

There are two events to choose from:

At Hotel du Vin in Birmingham on 21 June and the London Bridge Hotel on 27 June.  Both run from  9.15 until midday.

To book for the Birmingham event please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/managing-change-risk-key-issues-in-employment-law-and-benefit-provision-tickets-46280413964

To book for the London event please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/managing-change-risk-key-issues-in-employment-law-and-benefit-provision-tickets-46280564414


CREATING A COLLABORATIVE WORKPLACE AND HR ROUNDTABLE

In conjunction with the Black Country Branch of the CIPD, we are offering a one hour taster session on creating a collaborative workplace, followed by a round table discussion, to enable you to discuss HR issues with colleagues in other organisations.  The event is on 27 September.  It is free and includes lunch.

So why create a collaborative workplace?

  • Your business becomes ‘Change Ready’ – it takes the challenge out of transforming and evolving your organisation
  • It creates engaged, connected and energised employees
  • Positive productivity levels
  • Good return on your biggest investment – your people
  • Resilience – low absence and presenteeism
  • Mutual Trust

What we would look to cover within this taster session is: –

  • Understand what impact collaborative working has on productivity and engagement levels
  • Gain more understanding of what collaborative working is
  • What the key benefits are for an organisation
  • Start to explore some key areas: –
    • How to communicate effectively to gain collaboration
    • How a coaching culture can have an impact
    • What the role of a manager looks like
    • Creating collaboration when working remotely

Who would benefit from attending?

Business Owners, Managers and HR professionals in organisations that: –

  • Are growing and want to retain collaboration as they grow
  • Experiencing high absence rates
  • Constantly recruiting – vacancies never ending
  • Performance targets and objectives not being met
  • High presenteeism – employees coming to work but not engaged or productive – nothing seems to get done
  • There always seems to be conflict and arguments
  • Teams are very isolated and don’t seem to be communicating effectively

Timetable:

11:30  Registration and refreshments

12:00 Taster session on Creating a Collaborative Workplace, led by Karen Pearson

13:00  Lunch

13:30 – 14:30  Round table discussion, giving you the chance to discuss whatever is on your mind with other HR colleagues

To book, please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/creating-a-collaborative-workplace-and-hr-roundtable-discussion-tickets-46528130892?ref=enivtefor001&utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=inviteformalv2&utm_term=attend

Please note parking is limited.  We suggest you park at the public car parks on Lombard Street (WS13 6DW) or Bird Street (WS13 6AE).

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