Managing People: Brexit and beyond - hot topics for 2019
The last year has seen employers publish their first gender pay reports and the government’s response to the Taylor review of employment status.
Whilst Brexit continues to dominate the headlines, what else can employers expect in 2019? We will take a look at key issues likely to affect employers over the next 12 months including:
- Brexit: the latest from an employment and an immigration perspective
- Gender pay gap: what you should be doing as you approach the second reporting date.
- Employment status following the Taylor report: we will look at what is next for those in the gig economy.
- A sweep up of cases on appeal and other issues on the horizon: including whistleblowing, holiday pay and the use of non-disclosure agreements.
Date / Time: Thursday 24 January / 09:00 - 11:00
To register your interest in attending, please contact our Events Team.
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