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Please find below a list of events across Eversheds International.

  • 14th annual Labour relations conference - Fair rights, effective representation?

    There is evidence that employers and investors, are listening to what Theresa May has had to say about employment and pay, and reforming their practices. It also appears that political change in the EU and the USA have not had the economic consequences that were predicted. Timed to follow the TUC and party conferences, this conference addresses the impact of international developments on the UK labour market.
  • Addiction and work - disciplinary or health issues (with Alcohol Concern)

    Addiction is not new but there is now much greater awareness of its impact in the workplace and a recognition that the workplace may contribute to, for example, substance abuse. Half of UK adults drink too much. Ten per cent of adults have used illicit drugs in the past year, including 'smart drugs'. While most of us like a flutter, there are around half a million compulsive gamblers in the UK. The odds are that most HR professionals will deal with the consequences of addictive behaviour.
  • Adjustments - What is reasonable?

    When a disabled job applicant or employee is ‘substantially’ disadvantaged, the employer has a duty to make reasonable adjustments. The difficulty is that what is ‘reasonable’ depends upon the circumstances of each case, and upon the size and resources of the employer. In addition, line-managers are frequently asked to consider a range of individual requests for flexibility which may appear to amount to ‘special treatment’.
  • Advanced employee investigation interview skills and tactics

    In recognition of the rising expectations judges have of an employer's investigation process and documentation, and the ever increasing complexity of some employee investigations, more and more organisations are recognising that the conduct of investigations is a specialist role, and developing in-house teams of dedicated management investigators.
  • Avoiding victimisation - infamy, infamy...

    This Avoiding victimisation briefing will cover: - what victimisation is and is not - detriments that amount to victimisation - getting over a disagreement: rebuilding trust - 'baseless grievances’: serious implications of incorrect handling - case examples and significant penalties
  • Belgian employment law training - practical guidance and local insights

    An employer found guilty of discrimination by a Belgian court can face a sentence of up to one year in prison. There is no concept of redundancy in Belgium and no concept of unfair dismissal either.
  • Business immigration update - UK visa sponsorship and licence management

    This Business immigration update - UK visa sponsorship and licence management training course is relevant to HR and recruitment professionals from Tier 2 and 5 sponsors (including potential sponsors) who use the sponsor management system or have responsibility for a sponsor licence. Knowledge of the points-based system is assumed.
  • Central and Eastern European HR: employment law in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia and Slovakia

    The Central and Eastern European ("CEE") countries have distinctive employment law frameworks which an increasing number of HR practitioners and in-house lawyers must come to terms with.
  • Crime at work - External investigators

    Organisations can be the victim of crime. They can also be the perpetrators. Employees can offend wittingly, or unwittingly, at work or in their private lives and wrong-doing can also be uncovered postemployment. HR is often the first to know when something is not right but their instinct to protect the employer and/or the employee may not be the right thing to do and may cause harm.
  • Developing effective IP policies

    This seminar is aimed at executives, in-house legal counsel and other with IP/contract responsibility within universities and other educational institutions and organisations.
  • Driving for work - policies, investigation and the law

    Driving for work is the most common risk in workplace health and safety, resulting in over a hundred serious injuries per week*.
  • Employee investigations training

    Employment tribunals expect employers to show that they have undertaken a fair and thorough investigation of complaints. This investigation can be time-consuming and complicated. However, if carried out early and correctly, an investigation should contain a problem and minimise distraction from the business.
  • Employee relations - working effectively with your union and employee representatives

    A decline in industrial action and a trend within HR functions toward specialism, means that many senior managers lack experience of working with unions and employee representatives.
  • Essential employment law for HR professionals

    HR professionals and managers need to understand the legal framework that underpins the employment relationship.
  • Essential immigration law training for employers - law and practice

    This course covers the UK immigration system in the context of employment. We consider the employee life cycle for migrants, highlighting areas of law that apply, competing risks and penalties.
  • Essentials of Auto-enrolment - employer and employee responsibilities (with The Pensions Regulator)

    Auto-enrolment has led to pensions becoming a mainstream HR function and indeed HR has contributed to its success to date. Employers have ongoing responsibilities to assess the eligibility of staff, make contributions, re-enrol those who have opted-out and manage your scheme provider.
  • European HR: cross-border employment law

    Managing teams of people is challenging at the best of times. Working across European borders is even more difficult due to cultural and legal differences.
  • French employment law training - practical guidance and local insights

    Based on the Napoleonic code and amended by statute ever since, French employment law is markedly different from the UK’s.
  • GDPR and HR - Game-changing powers

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies in all the EU member states and the UK from 25 May 2018.
  • German employment law training - practical guidance and local insights

    Germany is a major trading partner for many countries throughout the world, not to mention the most important single market in the European Union.
  • Health and Safety Summer School - Health as well as safety

    The Health and Safety Executive is ‘targeting workplace inspection activity on risk reduction, including a sustained focus on health risks’. Good employers have always been concerned about employee wellbeing and recently this responsibility has mainstreamed, with better practice now more widespread.
  • HR Summer School - ethical HR

    People are ‘the greatest asset’ but they also make mistakes. HR share responsibility for recruiting, developing and promoting staff and rewarding the ‘right’ behaviours. As such, they can have a defining influence on the ethical culture which prevails in their organisation, including that of suppliers.
  • Immigration law: tier 4 sponsor obligations - update for education institutions

    Education providers who sponsor international students must be Tier 4 sponsor licence holders and permission to sponsor students to study in the UK is a privilege. Tier 4 has been subject to a number of significant changes recently, including partnership arrangements, academic progression and UK Visas and Immigration enforcement action.
  • International assignments - contracts, visas and tax

    Political change, including Brexit, has had an immediate impact on business migration and immigration in terms of eligibility to work, the right to remain and currency fluctuations which influence reward. This briefing highlights the employment, immigration and tax requirements that must be considered when sending an employee to work abroad, or when bringing an employee into the UK.
  • Introduction to Defined Benefit pensions: running a DB scheme

    Pension scheme trustees are required to have a knowledge and understanding of: the law relating to pensions and trusts, the principles relating to scheme funding and investment.