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Despite these extraordinary times, we are bringing you the Law on Tour!

Of course, we can’t physically tour the country and travel to your area right now, but while we can’t wait to get back to face to face events and seeing you in person, you can still take part in this comprehensive employment law update, albeit virtually.

KLC’s Cas Carrington, who has developed, written and presented the Law on Tour for the CIPD for many years will be presenting the Law on Tour content in two bite-sized webinars. Don’t be put off if you can’t attend on the day as once you’ve registered you can access the webinars whenever it’s convenient for you.

WEBINAR 1 – 14 January 2020 – duration 2.5 hours – 20 minutes break

In session one of this webinar, Cas will review all the important case law that has been before the tribunals and courts this year, including the Supreme Court’s decision in Royal Mail Group v Jhuti which has already had huge implications for employers conducting disciplinary investigations and dismissals as it has changed the way tribunals must now judge the fairness of dismissals. As well as explaining the practical significance of each judgment, and the new precedents and principles established, Cas will also explain all the related background law and case law, so that for each case you should have a complete understanding of the issues involved.

In the second session Cas will explain the importance of really understanding the difference between ‘without prejudice’ discussions, and ‘confidential negotiations’. At the end of this session you should know when and when not to enter into such discussions, understand the protections and risks involved, and be able to calculate what you should offer by way of settlement.

WEBINAR 2 – 15 January 2020 – duration 2.5 hours – 20 minutes break

In this webinar Cas will be discussing everything that is new in employment law, including all the current Covid-related employment issues. As many organisations are facing the very real prospect of making redundancies, Cas will also review how to undertake a fair redundancy exercise, including understanding counter-notice and of course, collective consultation obligations.

The programme, includes:

A complete review of all that’s new in employment legislation and what’s to come.

  • Covid-related employment matters, extended furlough etc.
  • How to manage redundancies fairly and lawfully.
  • Managing AWOL employees – its only tricky if you don’t know how!
  • Harassment – could you withstand a legal challenge?
  • IR 35 – back on the agenda for the private sector. Are you ready?
  • Menopause – is it a disability? What should organisations be doing?

Attendees will receive a comprehensive manual which will support the webinars, and includes resources, like flow charts, model letters and checklists, which you can download and use in your organisation.

Of course, you will have the opportunity to ask questions during the seminar but we recognise that time is tight on virtual sessions and so we are also offering you the opportunity to email Cas with your questions, after the event. Having presented the Law on Tour for many years we understand that some attendees may prefer this approach so we will be including it even when we are back to face to face events.

On each webinar you’ll have the chance to win a free place on our Spring 2021 Law on Tour (hopefully the face to face version!).


To book your ticket please click the link here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/klc-employment-law-30862011353

Should you wish to purchase a ticket via purchase order and invoice, please email klc@klcemploymentlaw.com detailing which session you would like to attend and we can arrange this for you.

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