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Current developments in employment law from an HE perspective

10:00AM, 30 April 2019
central London
This is the annual employment law update aimed at HR Directors, Deputy Directors and other senior colleagues.

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Current developments in employment law is the annual employment law update event aimed at HR Directors, Deputy Directors and senior colleagues operating at a strategic level in higher education institutions. 

This full day event takes place in central London and will be delivered by Diane Gilhooley, Head of Eversheds Sutherland’s UK and International Education Practice and Nicola Bennison, Partner at Eversheds Sutherland.

The day will bring delegates completely up to date on recent and upcoming changes in employment law.

The event will bring attendees completely up to date on recent and upcoming changes in employment law by presenting the developments specifically from a higher education perspective.

Areas of law that will be covered are:

Government’s Good Work Plan: changes to employment law in the pipeline
Sexual harassment in the workplace 
Ethnicity pay gap reporting
Gender pay gap reporting
Case Law update
Other recent and forthcoming developments, including:
  • Bereavement Leave
  • GDPR update, include the giving and receiving of references and any update on the ICO guidance
  • EHRC inquiry on racial harassment in HE
  • Gender Recognition Act

All of the content will be presented so that attendees will have a clear view on how these legal developments may directly affect HR policy and practice at their institutions. 

The day will run between 10.30 am and 3.30 pm (registration from 10 am). The timed programme can be found below:

Current developments in employment law from an HE perspective

Prices and booking processes:

Delegates from UCEA member institutions

£340 per place

If you work at a UCEA member institution please book places via 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.