5th February 2025
Hilton London Canary Wharf
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FREE Employment Law Update Webinar | Changes Coming in 2022 and 2021 Case Law Review

Whether through new case law or legislative changes, Employment law and HR best practice is constantly evolving. Join our experts for a free end-of-year Employment Law Update to ensure you’re up to speed and prepared for what’s coming next.

During this intensive 90-minute webinar, we’ll be looking ahead to 2022, sharing proposed changes to legislation and anticipated future developments. We’ll also be reflecting on some of the more surprising case law decisions from 2021 and how this impacts your employment policies and practices.

Led by WorkNest’s Employment Law and HR Training Manager Lorna Gemmell and Employment Law Solicitor Rebekah Page, this free 90-minute webinar will cover:

  • Proposed employment bills: The introduction of a single labour enforcement agency | Passing on all tips and service charges to employees | Adjustments to leave for neonatal care | Making flexible working the default | Plus, other key proposals which are awaiting further response
  • National Disability Strategy: New Acas advice hub and guidance for employers | Improving access to work and introducing “adjustment passports” | Giving all employees the right to unpaid carers’ leave | Consultation on workplace reporting
  • Making flexible working the default: Day-one rights | Considering alternatives | Temporary requests | Changes to administrative processes and grounds for refusal
  • Recent case law: Interesting cases relating to alleged discrimination on the grounds of sex, disability, religion and belief | Why a recent indirect discrimination claim succeeded even though the claimant didn’t themselves have the relevant protected characteristic

Register here

At the end of the session, there will be an opportunity for you to ask questions specific to your organisation on the employment law changes coming into play next year. 


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