11th Annual Employment Law Breakfast Briefing (Reading)
The essential guide to employment law changes.
Our employment team will be running its extremely popular annual seminar telling you everything you need to know to ensure you are up to speed on significant recent developments in employment law and any changes anticipated during 2023. This is an essential seminar for all employers, HR professionals and internal counsel, providing practical advice on how your organisation may need to respond to recent case law and how best to prepare for upcoming changes.
We will explain key decisions from 2022 including decisions relating to holiday pay for employees with irregular hours and the timing of redundancy consultation. 2023 promises more changes as the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill could significantly impact TUPE regulations, paid annual holiday and the 48-hour working week.
There will be opportunities to ask questions and network and a light breakfast is provided. We will be using interactive voting during the session and running our popular prize draw quiz. Free parking is available on site at Green Park, Reading. The whole employment team will be present to answer your questions before and after the event and copies of our free employment law pocket guide will be available for all attendees.
Date: Thursday 19th January 2023
- Registration and breakfast: 8:30am-9:00am
- Seminar: 9:00am-10:30am
- Networking: 10:30am-11:00am
Where: The Green Park Conference Centre, 100 Longwater Avenue, Reading RG2 6GP
This is a very popular event so please reserve your place early.
Registration for this free event is open to all, but the seminar is aimed at HR professionals (both in-house or those who are part of a HR consultancy), in-house counsel, company directors and anybody with HR responsibilities within their organisation. We reserve the right to refuse entry or cancel any ticket in our discretion and for any reason. We may, in particular, choose to do so if you have not provided all the required registration information, due to the limited number of spaces available, if you don’t form part of our target audience or due to any previous inappropriate behaviour.