Our most recent Employment Law 101 session saw employment law partner Peter Beisty and trained mediator Michael Farrier discussing an overview of workplace mediation and how it can benefit all…Read more
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The Rise of AI – What Will it Mean for Employees? A recent report has revealed the extent of the impact that artificial intelligence (AI) will have in employment, suggesting…Read more
We have reached the end of Season 2 and we hope we have given you some top tips and food for thought. In the coming months we will be running…Read more
Thursday 23 March @11am As business travel gets back to normality after lockdown, could inviting your overseas staff to visit the UK for work or meetings cause a huge business…Read more
1. Higher Profits, Higher spirits – Should Britain Finally Adopt a Four-Day Working Week? The largely debated four-day working week has finally shown promise, following a “major breakthrough moment”. A…Read more
Undoubtedly there is still a disconnect between business leaders’ idea of “the new normal” and those of the employees. Join us with a guest speaker, leadership coach Deese Pointon, on how…Read more
Every other week we give you the run-down on 4 updates from the world of employment and HR. Whether it be a tribunal case, government decision or anything else for…Read more
What enhanced redundancy protection for maternity leave takers means for future business change processes.
Our latest Future of Work webinar series looks at the forthcoming changes to redundancy protection for employees taking maternity leave and how that squares with business change processes you might…Read more
Employment law 101: What enhanced redundancy protection for maternity leave takers means for future business change processes
This week’s Future of Work webinar series looks at the forthcoming changes to redundancy protection for employees taking maternity leave and how that squares with business change processes you might…Read more