LocationAnthony Collins Solicitors LLP , 134 Edmund Street, Birmingham, B3 2ES Get directions
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. PLEASE CONTACT Event.Booking@anthonycollins.com to be added to the waitlist. Please note, we are now running a second workshop on the 22nd May due to popular demand.
Join Anthony Collins Solicitors’ Matthew Wort and Anna Dabek in this workshop that will address some of the tricky and challenging issues that HR professionals face in the social care sector. We will work through a case study, where you will have the opportunity to participate in roundtable discussions on the following issues:
• TUPE transfers - Is there a TUPE transfer? Who has the right to transfer? What rights and liabilities transfer? What are your information and consultation obligations? How to best manage ELI?
• Whistleblowing - When does disclosure become a protected disclosure? How do you manage a whistleblowing allegation? What rights are afforded to a whistleblower?
• Vicarious liability - What are your potential risks and liabilities? How do you manage organisational risk of becoming liable for actions of your employees?
Finally, if it all goes wrong and you receive an Employment Tribunal (ET) claim, we will provide you with a few top tips on managing ET proceedings effectively and cost efficiently.
Why should I attend?
This workshop will ensure that you understand the legal requirements that are in place for the areas above and will give you practical advice on what approach you may want to adopt within your organisation, both to ensure compliance and to allow it to thrive.
There will also be the chance to network with colleagues from other organisations over lunch, providing the opportunity to share knowledge and experiences and gain an understanding of how other people are responding to the latest challenges the sector is facing.
- 9:30-10:00 Registration and light breakfast
- 10:00-13:00 Presentations and workshops
- 13:00-14:00 Lunch and networking
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