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Employment law after the election

Who should attend

HR professionals and in-house lawyers responsible for employment policy and organisational strategy.


Irrespective of who wins this next election, the manifestos of the political parties make it clear that it will not be business as usual*. Minimum wages, gig working, immigration and working hours are all likely to change. These briefings explain the practical implications for HR practitioners of the new Government’s manifesto promises and Brexit policy.

With the help of a politician and experienced employment and immigration lawyers, we will guide you through likely priorities and time frames, identifying the steps employers can take now to manage the impact on their organisation.

*If there is no decisive outcome of the election we reserve the right to cancel the briefing.


09.00 registration and coffee, 09.30 start

The new Government’s promises which affect HR

Likely implications and time frames of announced commitments

Brexit policy and the impact of EU law

Immigration law update

Steps to take and when

13.00 close, followed by lunch


Each briefing will be delivered by an employment lawyer, an immigration law specialist and a politician.


Download the full Employment law after the election training course programme

Advanced employee investigations skills training

Cost: £295

All prices are exclusive of VAT

Group discount:

10% discount for delegate 2 and subsequent delegates.

Online payment discount: 5%

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