HR / Employment Law Webinar + Q&A: 22nd June
We are aware that many of you are at different stages of opening and may be slowly bringing staff back from furlough and / or planning to use the flexible furlough scheme. Given the recent changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Furlough) Scheme, we are aware of some emerging questions, so have created an opportunity to have these answered by the professionals we have been working alongside from Absolute Works HR. We are also happy to arrange 1:1 HR support for you at any time. Please see the invitation and full details of is covered below. The session will be recorded, so if you are unable to attend in person (as we know you may be working) then we will provide a recording to play back in your own time. You are still welcome to submit questions.
INVITATION – HR Webinar hosted by Absolute Works
Date: Wednesday 24 June
Time: 3pm (1 hour)
Via: Zoom Meeting
Absolute Works are pleased to be working in conjunction with BID Leamington to deliver a round table discussion on practical HR / Employment law and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, anticipated to last for 1 hour.
We have never known things to move so quickly in the world of Employment Law, and we have been working extremely hard to keep our clients up to date with developments and guidance in order that they can focus on running their business or their business recovery plan depending on their individual circumstances.
There have been some common themes and queries. This has prompted us to offer this round table discussion which hopefully will enable participants to get up to speed with some of the more technical elements of the scheme and have the opportunity to put forward any specific queries. Following which, they plan their HR strategy.
We intend to cover off the following areas:
- Flexible Furlough
- Contract clauses & furlough. New legislation and contents on contracts.
- HMRC audit – what is required to furlough employees, making sure you are covered
- Holiday, Bank Holiday and furlough, including accrual and taking holiday.
- Furlough rotation minimum furlough periods
- Returning to work
- Getting the workplace ready for return to work including training and E-Learning
- Reduction in work and redundancies
- Test and Trace and SSP
- Furlough scheme extension
- Returning from international travel
We are happy to take any questions in advance of the discussion and also on the day.
Steph and Alison