HR and Employment Law in Education - Programme

Wednesday 3 Jun 2020 - Tuesday 9 Jun 2020
Digital delivery - modules start at 2pm
01:00
Welcome and Q&A

Delegates can submit their questions in advance to be answered in this introductory session

Dai Durbridge, Partner, Browne Jacobson LLP

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Employment law update

An update on the latest on employment law and its impact on the sector 

Naseem Nabi, Partner, VWV 

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Branding and successful recruitment and retention

A look at branding as an employer and successful recruitment and retention – especially post covid-19 

Tom Wallace and Gill Martindale, Browne Jacobson LLP

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Contracts management

Getting employment status right - including updates from April as well as takeaways from Brexit and covid-19

Ian Deakin, Browne Jacobson LLP 

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Managing mental health during challenging times

Our mental health has never been so challenged on a massive scale as we struggle to cope with the coronavirus. In this webinar, we look at the best ways of keeping our staff engaged, with particular emphasis on how to stay emotionally connected with our remote workers.

David Beeney, Breaking the Silence

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Difficult conversations – when, how and what?

Difficult conversations – how to have them, when to have them, and what to do once they have been completed 

Tom Wallace and Gill Martindale, Browne Jacobson LLP

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When to suspend?

Consider when suspension may or may not be suitable during disciplinary procedures and if and when to reinstate. This session also takes into account safeguarding issues

Richard Hewitt, Senior Associates, VWV

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Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing - an interactive look at different scenarios within the education sector and how to handle them

Ian Deakin, Browne Jacobson LLP

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Absence management

Practical strategies and tools to effectively manage both short- and long-term absences

Naseem Nabi, Partner, VWV 

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