Key Employment Case Law Review 2016/17Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 9 February 2017
In this recorded webinar, Mark McAllister from the Labour Relations Agency and our own Scott Alexander examine the key employment cases from 2016/17.
- Discuss the employment cases from 2016 that have the greatest impact on Northern Ireland employers – and why
- Discuss the employment cases due in 2017 that we expect will impact the most of Northern Ireland employers – and why
- Recommend actions that might be taken to ensure compliance or mitigate risk
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Upcoming Legal-Island events you might be interested in…
Mock Employment Tribunal – 27th April 2017 (Hilton Hotel, Templepatrick)
Employment tribunals are frightening for the uninitiated and far more formal than they were intended to be when they were created. Participants who fail to prepare must be prepared to fail. This workshop is a realistic mock tribunal, designed with employers and other witnesses inexperienced in tribunal procedures in mind. In association with A&L Goodbody, Ulster University & the Labour Relations Agency.
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Contracts for the Modern Employment Relationship – 18th May 2017 (Merchant Hotel, Belfast)
In a fast-changing global work environment, where employers are faced with ever-increasing demands for flexibility from clients, contractors and employees alike, the effective management of your contracts of employment has never been more important. Failure to build the flexibility and scope into your contracts of employment to enable your business to move with the times, keep pace with competitors and adapt to economic pressures, whilst remaining compliant with employment law, will thwart growth and competitiveness. After attending you will receive a plethora of useful contractual clauses that can be used to build flexibility and safeguards into your employment contracts. In association with Mills Selig.
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