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Eversheds Sutherland provides thought leadership, legal updates and horizon scanning through our events, webinars and training courses. Our programme of events, webinars and training courses are designed to keep you up to date with key challenges you face on a daily basis.

If you have any queries about our free webinars or events please email webinars@eversheds-sutherland.com.

For queries about our paid virtual training sessions, please email training@eversheds-sutherland.com or call +44 113 200 4040

Upcoming events, webinars and training

  • Central and eastern European HR - employment law in the Czech Republic and Slovakia

    Formerly a single country, the Czech and Slovak employment laws have drifted apart since the 90’s, while keeping many similar concepts. Similarities include vigorous protection of employees as the weaker party, strict formalities for hiring and difficult terminations with a risk of reinstatement and substantial compensation for the employee.
  • Central eastern European HR - employment law in Poland

    While Polish employment law presents various challenges for employers in some areas, it is relatively straightforward in other areas. For example the employers may face difficulties in scope of organisation of working time, but dismissals may appear less problematic then in other neighbouring jurisdictions, as long as certain formal requirements are met.
  • Current developments in employment law - returning to business as normal?

    As vaccine programmes promise new hope, employers and the Government are looking to move beyond the pandemic and plan for the future - a future outside the European Union. Will the Government return to its employment manifesto commitments, or has COVID-19 reset policy priorities? What is achievable? How will the pandemic change HR practices in the long term?
  • Dutch employment law training

    Employee rights are well protected under Dutch law, especially in dismissal cases, but employers are able to swiftly adjust staff levels in their company due to changes in, for example a fluctuation in workload. A wide variety of options are available for employers to hire people in a flexible manner provided that the rules are used properly.
  • German employment law training

    Germany is a major trading partner for many countries throughout the world, not to mention the most important single market in the European Union.
  • International Pensions Promises conference

    We are living in exceptional times. The global Covid-19 crisis has forced governments and regulators to provide various support packages and easements which have impacted on retirement benefit plans and sponsors.
  • Introduction to US employment law

    The United States is a complex marketplace and employment rules vary significantly across the states. Our training course is led by a US lawyer with over 30 years’ experience advising companies ranging from large multinationals to small start-up enterprises.
  • Irish employment law training

    The Irish and UK legal systems have many similarities. However, in an employment context those similarities can be deceptive.
  • PMI Award in Pension Trusteeship training course

    The Pensions Management Institute’s Award in Pension Trusteeship (PMI APT), also known as Unit 1 of the Level 3 Certificate in Pension Trusteeship, is a longstanding industry qualification. Anyone wanting to become accredited as a professional trustee via either the PMI or the Association of Professional Pension Trustees route must now pass the PMI APT exam. Accreditation is fast becoming the norm.
  • Real Estate Dispute Training Programme: Case law update

    We are delighted to invite you to the first webinar in our 2021 Real Estate Dispute Training Programme. In this webinar, we will provide you with everything you need to know about the most important property cases from 2020 as well as developments that are coming up in 2021!
  • Sponsor licencing modules - helping you manage UK immigration

    Free movement of EEA and Swiss citizens is ending on 31 December 2020. In anticipation of this, a new Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules is to take effect from 1st December. These are fundamental changes of which HR teams need to be aware since they impact on immigration compliance processes.