The legal landscape and how it affects your business, or workplace, is constantly evolving. 

Acas’s Employment Law Update brings you up to date on recent changes in legislation and also highlights what’s planned to come into force in the future; a key consideration for business planning.

Their experienced trainers explain the changes in practical and straightforward way which will help you understand the legal changes and, importantly, the impact for your organisation.

Business need

Employment law can be a complex area of legislation and is regularly changing and modified. Legislation can be introduces, amended or repealed and when consultations and case law are added, it can be a challenge for those running a business or involved in managing employees.

Keeping abreast of issues helps you steer your business away from litigation and potential financial penalties. By gaining an understanding of the ever changing legal requirements you can develop strategies that will improve employment relations, reduce risk and increase organisational resilience.

This course, which is update regularly, gives you a solid grounding on recent changes to legislation and provides insight into upcoming changes in the law that will enable your business to stay informed, legally compliant and well prepared.

Suitable for:

Delegates from all sectors of industry including:

  • HR specialists
  • Employment relations specialists
  • Employee representatives
  • MDs/CEOs
  • Owners of small and medium sized businesses
  • Managers and supervisory staff
  • Financial directors
  • Company secretaries

Programme

The current course programme includes the following:

  • Details of the new rates of statutory payments (statutory sick pay, maternity/paternity pay etc) from April 2018
  • Gender Pay Gap Reporting – Which employers this affects and what information is required together with timescales
  • Gender Data Protection Regulations – What these regulations include when the come came into force May 2018
  • Good Work – The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices – Details of the recommendations made in report
  • A number of recent case outcomes including a breach of contract claim involving an apprentice whose training was terminated, whether an employee who has previously been treated for cancer is still protected under the Equalities Act and whether installing covert cameras breaches the Human Rights Act

To register your attendance for this training programme, please follow the link provided on the right hand side.