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Current developments in employment law

10:00AM, 25 April 2017
central London
This is the annual employment law update aimed at HR Directors, Deputy Directors and other senior colleagues.

  1. Programme
  2. Booking

Current developments in employment law is the annual employment law update event aimed at HR Directors, Deputy Directors and senior colleagues. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and clarify issues raised during the day.

This full day event takes place in central London and will be delivered by senior colleagues from Eversheds Sutherland. The day will bring delegates completely up to date on recent and upcoming changes in employment law.

Areas of law that will be covered are:

Gender pay gap reporting

  • Which institutions are in scope?
  • What information needs to be provided?
  • What are the timeframes?
  • Manner of publication.
  • Sanctions for non-compliance.
  • What institutions should be doing now.

Trade Union Act 2016

  • New ballot thresholds.
  • What are the “important public services”?
  • Information requirements.
  • Timing and duration of industrial action.
  • Picketing.
  • Hiring agency workers.
  • Facility time.
  • Check-off.

The EU General Data Protection Regulation

  • Scope and application.
  • Data subject rights.
  • Mandatory breach reporting.
  • Enforcement powers.

The Apprenticeship Levy
Modern Slavery Act reporting
Immigration
Brexit
Termination payments
Off-payroll workers in the public sector
Publication of tribunal decisions online
Case Law update – more details to follow

The day will run between 10.00am and 3.30pm

The timed programme can be found below:

Current developments in employment law - programme 

Prices and booking processes:

Delegates from UCEA member institutions

£319 per place

A special rate of £250 per place for the event is available for places booked by UCEA members.

If you work at a UCEA member institution book places using the online booking form.

Delegates from other HEIs and HE sector agencies


If you work for an HEI not in UCEA membership or another HE sector agency please email seminars@ucea.ac.uk for more details about attending this event.