Employment law update | Gannons Solicitors

02/03/2018

(8:30 am-10:00 am)
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Gannons Solicitors
20-21 Jockey's Fields,
London
WC1R 4BW

Employment law update – a practical guide to recent and upcoming changes

If you are an employer or own an SME this seminar is of interest.  Gannons will take a practical look at recent and upcoming developments in employing staff.  The impact on profitability of your business will be highlighted.

  • Employment status – what is the difference between an employee, a contractor and a worker – the Uber case and beyond?  How to protect yourself if you have non-employees.
  • Holiday pay – inclusion of commission that would have been earned (but wasn’t)
  • Tax on termination payments – savings to be made before the rules change
  • Social media policies – are yours fit for purpose?
  • Restrictive covenants – will yours work if you need them?
  • Contracts of employment – how not to give easy compensation to employees?

Confirmed speaker

Alex Kleanthous: Partner at Gannons. Alex specialises in dispute resolution.  His advice keeps employers out of the Employment Tribunal.

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What people are saying

  • “Very well prepared. Very easy to understand, provided clear information and helpful guides”. Alison Mcgaughey, General Pharmaceutical Council
  • “Really interesting and well presented”. Clair Kelly, Sadlers Wells Theatre
  • “Excellent, very relevant” Susan Mitchener, Property Management Recruitment
  • “Excellent. Plenty of food for thought”. Clare Kissane, Director, Unbiased.co.uk
  • “Excellent, Catherine is very knowledgeable on the subject, she delivered. Very informative”. Helen Roberts HR Manager, JBW
  • “Speaker very good at pitching the topic at a level that was easily understood. Had good knowledge of both tax/legal aspect of the topic”.
  • “Good to hear practical examples and usual issues encountered in practice.”
  • “Very helpful, exactly what I needed to hear about this complex area”.
  • “Fantastic. Catherine was superb as always!”

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