CIPD Law on Tour

Short Course
Duration: 1 day   /   Level: General   /   Suitable for in-house

CIPD Law on Tour Spring 2020

Get a complete employment law update with our highly popular one day seminars.

We’ll discuss key topics such as menopause at work, whistleblowing, employment contracts and the effect of IR35 legislation changes, latest case law, results of recent consultations and proposals, and much more.

  • Get all the knowledge to stay up to speed in just one day.
  • Get the legal updates you need to deal with the issues that matter in your organisation.
  • Take away helpful guides and templates to save time back at work.
  • Get your questions answered by top UK employment law experts.
  • With seminars running around the UK, choose a venue most convenient for you.

For any queries, please call our customer services team on +44 (0)20 8612 6202.

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20 April 2020
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Details

We have come to expect constant change in employment law, and the latest long list of topics continues that trend. Our panel of legal experts is coming to a venue near you this spring to unpick the latest employment law tangles facing your organisation.

Given the Government now has a large majority in the Commons, the UK will leave the EU at the end of January, so we’ll explore what that means for employers. We’ll discuss some of the landmark cases reported in recent months, including the twists and turns in the whistleblowing case of Royal Mail Group v Jhuti. We’ll also advise on all that’s new in employment law, including the results of important Government consultations, so that you know how to develop and implement the required policies and procedures in your organisation.

Run by leading employment law experts, Cas Carrington and John Fenton, our Law on Tour seminars offer unmissable guidance and insights to put legislative updates and complexities in context… and avoid costly slip-ups for your organisation.

Sign up today to ensure you’re up-to-date with the latest developments in the fast-moving world of employment law.

Course Tutors

Mrs Cas Carrington

Cas is a Partner with KLC Employment Law Consultants where she has headed up the employment law training department for 10 years. Cas develops, writes and delivers employment law training courses on a huge range of topics including the biannual CIPD ‘Law on Tour’ workshops. She teaches on many other CIPD law courses, including the Advanced Level Award in Employment Law, and also delivers training for CIPD In-Company clients. Bringing a very practical approach to her training, Cas is well known for her lively and informal style of explaining complex employment law issues. As well as being involved in training, Cas also has extensive experience of advising all types of organisations including charitable organisations, government departments, and blue chips on a wide range of employment law and employee relations issues.

Mr John Fenton

With experience at a senior level in food production, FMCG and NGO sectors, John is an experienced employment law adviser and trainer. He has worked with many organisations helping them to develop appropriate strategies for their changing organisational needs, and changing legislation.
Who is it for

Law on Tour is recommended for HR practitioners who need to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in employment law.

Benefits
  • Learn how to tackle your employment law challenges in just one day
  • Ensure you’re up-to-date with the latest developments in the fast-moving world of employment law
  • Seminars running at a location near you – make the best use of your time and network with local professionals
  • A day with some of the UK's leading employment law experts – a great opportunity to get your questions answered
  • Get what you need to plan ahead for changes that may affect your business
  • Save time back at work with practical guides and templates you can take away.
Programme

During the day, the sessions will include:


  • Menopause at work – what adjustments should employers make and how can you avoid stereotypical assumptions?
  • Employment contracts and employment status deciding which contract type is appropriate; the new items to be added by law to all written particulars; the effect of IR35 rules; fixed-term versus open-ended contracts; and worker versus employee status.
  • Being really clear about who transfers under TUPE, for example, workers who perform work personally but who aren’t employees (also known as ‘limb (b) workers’).
  • Harassment – are your policies, procedures and practices robust enough to meet any new legal requirements?
  • What to do if an employee goes AWOL. Can you stop their pay, and when is it fair to dismiss them?
  • Following the Jhuti decision, understanding how this changes the law on whistleblowing and the practical steps you can take to mitigate liability for claims of detriment, injury to feelings, and unlimited unfair dismissal awards.
  • Without prejudice discussions and confidential negotiations: how to tell the difference between them; how to enter into them; when each can be lawfully entered into.
  • Case law – a detailed explanation of the relevant law and the practical implications of the decisions made in the tribunals and courts.
  • Employment law news – everything you need to know about changes to the law in 2020.

Find out more about what will be covered from our Law on Tour tutor, Cas Carrington's newest blog post.

 

Group booking options

For groups of 3+ people, choose from our cost-effective solutions including:


  • • group booking discounts
  • • in-house delivery options, where we can tailor the programme to meet your specific learning needs.


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