Webinars and video

Our expert employment lawyers and specialist partners provide straight-talking guidance and commercial insight into the relevant challenges facing your business today. Here’s a flavour…

There is a lot of new employment law coming into force over the next 12-18 months. As part of our proactive commitment to ensure you’re ahead of the curve, we sat down with Stefan Mars (our Head of Legal) to work through the new legislation, when it’s in force, and how it will impact your organisation.

We do have a confession (we’re sorry, and we won’t do it again!) … we normally say our sessions are ’10 minutes with’. This one is more like 25 minutes – we thought the detail was more important than the duration. We’ll do better next time!

NOTE – since recording this session the government has been announced that the right to request flexible working will become a day one right from 06 April 2024. Employees will no longer needs 26 weeks’ service. The right will apply to any request made on or before 06 April 2024.

What do we cover in this session?

  • Rolled up holiday pay and holiday pay calculations
  • New family rights – additional redundancy protection for pregnant women and those taking family-friendly leave, new carer’s leave, changes to flexible working requests, new neonatal care leave
  • Duty to take ‘reasonable steps’ to prevent sexual harassment
  • The legal requirements to update employment contracts and introduce policies
  • The consequences of failing to introduce the new changes

Alongside the video, we’ll also be making available a timeline and summary, a comprehensive guide, a diagnostic tool, and adding new policies to our Intelligent Employment platform to support you further. Watch out for more on these through our email updates (sign up here if you’re not already).

Date added | 24 November 2023

This update is accurate on the date it was published, but may be subject to change which may or may not be notified to you. This update is not to be taken as advice and you should seek advice if anything contained within affects you or your business.