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With many updates within HR and Employment Law scheduled for April 2020, this one day conference will provide clarity on those updates and the opportunity to engage with industry professionals.
Focusing on the timescales around specific HR procedures and outcomes as well as keynotes that include interactive and engaging scenarios, delegates will be provided with straightforward information to ensure best practice is met at all times. Providing clarity and up-to-date advice around the updates regarding off-payroll working (IR35) and the Teacher Pension Scheme as well as any other relevant legislations as it arises, this conference will help to ensure attendees are working with current policies in all aspects of HR and employment law.
With keynotes, workshops and sessions providing interactive scenarios to engage and inform, this conference provides practical strategies on a range of prominent subjects, including how and when to approach short and long term staff absence, as well as sessions looking at contracts management, clarity around whistleblowing procedures, proactive support to improve staff wellbeing and practical information around recruitment and restructure strategies.
With informative and engaging speakers, this is sure to be an invaluable opportunity to keep up-to-date with all relevant legislation and engage with fellow professionals, as well as witness interactive scenarios that will benefit the approach to a range of situations, if and when they arise.
The event will include:
• A comprehensive update on relevant HR and Employment Law
• Examples of specific case law to establish best practice if faced with a similar situation
• Clarity on the changes to contractor and term time workers legislation, specifically IR35
• An update on where schools and employees stand in regard to the Teacher Pension Scheme
• Create a support process for staff absence, while implementing escalation procedures with clarity, in the best interests of staff and organisation alike
• An interactive look at different whistleblowing scenarios as well as guidelines to what actually constitutes whistleblowing
• An interactive look at the processes behind having difficult conversations with staff. When to have them, how to approach the content of those conversations and the outcomes that should be expected
• A comprehensive update on GDPR, the policies that should be in place and what data is relevant, with a focus on fundraising
• Best practice in regard to ensuring that any restructuring strategy is streamlined and carried out efficiently and professionally
• A look at proactive, rather than reactive, processes to put into place to support staff wellbeing and mental health.