The conference will support HR teams to navigate key legislative changes and employment priorities for 2021.
With so many changes, challenges and uncertainties over the past year, it can be hard for HR teams to keep up, particularly with the increased day-to-day pressures and responsibilities generated by the pandemic.
The HR and Employment Law Conference will examine key legislative changes, Government guidance and HR trends, and will explore how the pandemic has changed the ways we work and the way HR teams need to operate.
The conference will also look at the changing conversations around mental health and wellbeing, and diversity and inclusion, and will examine what Brexit means for your workforce..
It hasn’t been an easy year for HR professionals with accelerated employment shifts, the end of the transition period, and economic and workforce challenges.
So, join us at The HR and Employment Law Conference and make sure you are up to date with what all of these changes mean for your organisation, and how to remain compliant and resilient.
What’s on the agenda?
- Essential Covid-19 considerations and lessons for HR
- What Brexit means for your organisation
- Key legislative changes and decisions for 2021 – incl. the Employment Law Bill
- Keeping wellbeing high on the agenda – what can HR do?
- Diversity and inclusion – legal developments and priorities
The impact of Covid-19: key considerations for HR
- Rethinking the way we work
- Health and safety laws
- Employment tribunals
- Business re-organisation and transformation
- Break and Networking
Brexit and your workforce: assessing the impact now and for the future
- Legislative changes and workers’ rights
- Adapting your recruitment strategy
- Business travel and professional mobilty
- GDPR and data sharing
- Working with EU partners
The employment law changes shaping 2021 and beyond
- Key cases and decisions in 2021
- Understanding their potential impact on employment law and precedence
- The Employment Bill: what’s in it and timeline
- Break and Networking
Placing mental health and wellbeing at the heart of your organisational culture
- How has the pandemic changed the wellbeing conversation?
- Accountability, leadership and measuring impact
- What can HR do to prevent stress and burnout?
- Equality and discrimination law
- Looking after your own mental wellbeing
Diversity and inclusion: priorities and updates for HR
- Best practice models and behaviours
- Gender pay gap reporting
- Ethnicity pay gap reporting
- Gender identities in the workplace
- Supporting working parents and carers: leave, pay and flexible working
- End of conference