Furley Page Solicitors
Furley Page Solicitors
The new Conservative Government’s programme for employment law is set to bring in some significant and important changes, from the introduction of a National Living Wage to major trade union reform – but what impact will all this have on employers in Kent?
The wide-ranging proposals and their implications for businesses will be explored during a seminar presented by Locate in Kent partner Furley Page Solicitors.
The interactive workshop, run in partnership with Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, will be held on Thursday October 22 and is open to Chamber members and non-members whatever the size of their workforce. Furley Page’s popular workshops are always oversubscribed and people are advised to book early to ensure they secure their place.
Leading the workshop will be Andrew Masters, Partner and Head of Employment at Furley Page. “These events are vital to help employers and HR professionals keep up to date with the fast-changing complexities of employment law,” says Andrew, who is recognised as a leading expert in this field.
“We’ll be offering a comprehensive review of current and future developments so that employers are fully prepared for the changes the Government is introducing. As well as practical guidance, there will be a question and answer session so there’s plenty of opportunity for delegates to raise issues of concern.”
Andrew will be joined by Amanda Okill, an Associate who specialises in employment law. The workshop will be held at Bridgewood Manor Hotel, Walderslade Woods, Chatham, from 8.30am to noon. Registration is from 8am.
As well as advising delegates about the Government’s employment law programme, the workshop will consider recent case law and employment reforms, offer practical guidance on how to prepare for the changes, and the effects these will have on HR policies and procedures and people management. The workshop will also consider the possible employment law and HR implications of a ‘no vote’ in the forthcoming EU referendum.
Workshop costs, including bacon rolls (or vegetarian option) and tea or coffee, are £80 (inc VAT) to Kent Invicta Chamber members and £90 (inc VAT) to non-members.
For more information about Furley Page visit www.furleypage.co.uk. You can also follow the firm on Twitter @furleypage and on LinkedIn.
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