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Employment Seminar, Bristol (18 October 2018)

Recent reports have shown that there's been an increase in the number of equal pay claims against employers, particularly since companies had to release their gender pay gap reports. So is this an opportunity for greater transparency in the world of employment and working practices, and how should employers react at this critical time?

To help answer this question we're delighted to announce Jelf's latest fun and informative event in Bristol. Our excellent speakers and subject matter include:

  • A look at Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace with Claire Skinner
  • An update on all the key Employment Law changes from Matt Jenkin
  • A review of the complex and changing world of Employee Benefits with Jon Wood

This is sure to be an important, necessary and enlightening session for all. And of course we have another excellent venue for our delegates to enjoy! This time we’re at M Shed in Bristol.

Situated on the historic Harbourside, M Shed is the history museum of Bristol that tells the story of our city. Whilst visiting you can explore the city's war-time experiences, industrial heritage and engineering history. Discover things made in Bristol from its music and art to industry and technology and see over 3000 objects from the city’s museum and archive collections.

The venue is accessible via public transport links, and public car parking is also available close by.

Date

Thursday 18 October 2018

Time

Coffee and registration from 09:00
Seminar commences at 09:40
Concludes at 12:15

Location

M Shed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Rd, Bristol BS1 4RN

Suitable for

Senior Human Resources and Finance Professionals

CPD

The seminar will qualify for 2 hours' CPD

Cost

FREE!*
(Includes a chance to win one of two Fortnum and Mason hampers!)

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CLOSING DATE FOR ACCEPTANCES: 04/10/18

Please read the terms and conditions before booking.

Agenda

Employee Benefits: "Investigating the current and future people risks within your organisation"

Jon Wood will consider how the management of certain risks within an organisation can be used to shape employee benefits strategy and improve business productivity. An informative, and fun, session for all delegates.
Jon Wood, Corporate Pensions Director, Jelf

Diversity and Inclusion: "Understanding unconscious bias"

Claire Skinner will look at diversity and inclusion in the workplace and how to improve it in your organisation. Claire leads a network of 50 Diversity and Inclusion Champions across the UK and sits on the Mercer UK Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Group. This is sure to be an important, necessary and enlightening session for all

Claire Skinner, Head of UK Fiduciary Content and Delivery, Mercer

Employment Law: "Back to court"

With a distinct lack of employment legislation on the horizon, the gap in changes to employment law has been more than filled by the Courts. Matt Jenkin from Moorcrofts LLP will be looking at those cases that are likely to have a real impact for employers including when notice of termination is effective, the impact of voluntary overtime on holiday pay, shared parental pay and discrimination, sleep in workers and the very latest in the gig economy worker status cases including the Supreme Courts final say on Pimlico Plumbers.
Matt Jenkin, Employment Partner, Moorcrofts LLP

BOOK NOW

CLOSING DATE FOR ACCEPTANCES: 04/10/18

Please read the terms and conditions before booking.

*Cancellations within 5 days, or non-attendance, will be subject to a penalty charge of £25 per delegate.

 

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