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…

Part one of our ’10 minutes with’ series sees Halborns’ Stefan Mars under the spotlight with quick-fire questions about whether businesses need to consider collective consultation. And if they do, the key considerations they’ll need to plan for.

Halborns’ Managing Director, Rena Christou, is in the hot seat to answer our questions on individual redundancy consultation. Rena shares her insight on how you can create a positive and supportive process and steps to manage the cultural impact change can have on your business.

Jenny Jones, Operations Manager at AdviserPlus, joins us for part three of our ’10 minutes with’ redundancy series. We fired 10 minutes of questions Jenny’s way to explore how technology can help you avoid the common challenges of large-scale consultations as well as creating a more engaging experience for those involved.

Back by popular demand! Rena Christou, Halborns’ Managing Director, talks all things settlement agreements in part four of our ’10 minutes with’ series. Everything from her top tips on drafting a settlement agreement, to creating supportive terms that are not just ‘about the cash’. Amazing what you can cover in 10 minutes!

The fifth and final instalment of our ’10 minutes with’ Culture Calendar series! Joined by Caroline Moore, Managing Director at Working Transitions, we get under the skin of the cultural importance of outplacement and why it’s such a positive step to support the future of departing employees.

October’s Culture Calendar is supported by Paul Rhodes, Regional Manager, from The Money and Pensions Service. We fired 10 minutes of questions Paul’s way getting him to share his practical insight on financial well-being strategies and initiatives for employees. Jump into the conversation below!

Webinar – Culture Calendar: gender identity 

Catch up on the session here. We joined forces with GIRES (the Gender Identity Research & Education Society) and our colleagues at AdviserPlus to explore practical, real-world guidance on gender identity.

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