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Please find below a list of events across Eversheds International.

  • 14th Annual Pensions Conference

    When over ten million auto-enrolled savers are enabled to access their pensions dashboard easily on their phone screen a revolution really is in prospect. There is a growing focus on ESG investing for the long term, as well as increasing consolidation to reduce cost and risk. Along with better governance measures, is this a pensions framework that is future-fit? This conference considers the many ways in which significant change is underway in how retirement benefits are structured, provided and developed.
  • Adjustments - What is reasonable?

    When a disabled job applicant or employee is ‘substantially’ disadvantaged, the employer has a legal duty to make ‘reasonable’ adjustments. The difficulty is that what is reasonable depends upon the circumstances of each case, and upon the size and resources of the employer. Line-managers must also consider individual requests for flexibility which may appear to some colleagues to amount to favouritism.
  • Advanced employee investigations: skills and tactics

    Because of the rising expectations judges have of an employer’s investigation process, and the increasing complexity of some employee investigations, some organisations recognise investigation as a specialism and they are developing in-house teams of dedicated investigators.
  • An introduction to Trans-National Agreements

    This session will cover an introduction to academic collaborations and contracts with international agents. We will also cover topics such as due diligence, common clauses, local advice and what to do when things go wrong.
  • Apprenticeship Employer Agreements

    This session will cover an introduction to these agreements and the ESFA Funding rules which underpin them. We will also cover topics such as:
  • Austrian employment law training

    Although there are similarities, it is dangerous to consider the German and Austrian employment law systems to be one and the same. Austrian law is distinct in many ways, most importantly in relation to probationary periods, the termination of employment contracts and severance. There are also sufficient differences in contract law to make the use of one model employment contract, for German and Austrian employees, a potentially expensive error for employers.
  • Avoiding victimisation: infamy, infamy...

    Every experienced HR professional will have dealt with a disgruntled employee who cannot move on from an incident, or disappointment, at work. A fair grievance process may have been followed and a thorough investigation held, but some employees simply cannot get over an outcome.
  • Belgian employment law training

    An employer found guilty of discrimination by a Belgian court can face a sentence of up to one year in prison. There is no concept of redundancy in Belgium and no concept of unfair dismissal either.
  • Charity law for educational institutions

    This training course will cover : • the legal structure and charitable status of institutions; • the use of charity assets and investment powers; • charity trustees and their duties in law; • conflicts of interest and remuneration of trustees; • the Charity Commission’s role and other principal regulators.
  • Complex employment disputes - cases from hell

    Sometimes, from apparently simple facts, an employment dispute can cause damage far beyond the costs and issues that had initially appeared to be at stake, while consuming vast amounts of time and resources. A claimant, who makes every type of claim and contests every stage, may lead a well-intentioned employer into apparently contradictory positions. This briefing covers complex employment disputes, mediation and ways to resolve differences to avoid the Tribunal process.
  • Corporate M&A in the Technology sector

    We are delighted to invite you to a panel discussion on Corporate M&A in the Technology sector, taking place at 16:30 on Wednesday 27 November 2019, London.
  • Dutch employment law training

    Employee rights are well protected under Dutch law, especially in dismissal cases, but employers are able to swiftly adjust staff levels in their company due to changes in, for example a fluctuation in workload. A wide variety of options are available for employers to hire people in a flexible manner provided that the rules are used properly.
  • Employee investigations

    Employment tribunals expect employers to show that they have undertaken a fair and thorough investigation of complaints. This investigation can be time-consuming and complicated. However, if carried out early and correctly, an investigation should contain a problem and minimise distraction from the business.
  • Employee relations - working effectively with your union and employee representatives

    Many senior managers lack experience of working with unions and employee representatives.
  • Employment law after the election

    Irrespective of who wins this next election, the manifestos of the political parties make it clear that it will not be business as usual*. Minimum wages, gig working, immigration and working hours are all likely to change. These briefings explain the practical implications for HR practitioners of the new Government’s manifesto promises and Brexit policy.
  • Employment law breakfast briefing - The urban myths of employment law

    Employment law moves at a rapid pace, there is no doubt about that. However, there are some core fundamentals that often get misinterpreted which often results in the misapplication of the law. This can often mean that organisations get themselves into trouble, with the finger of blame pointing back to HR.
  • Essential employment law for HR professionals

    HR professionals and managers need to understand the legal framework that underpins the employment relationship.
  • French employment law training

    Based on the Napoleonic code and amended by statute ever since, French employment law is markedly different from the UK’s.
  • German employment law training

    Germany is a major trading partner for many countries throughout the world, not to mention the most important single market in the European Union.
  • HR legal update

    Two Supreme Court cases, covering employer responsibility for employee data breaches and whistleblowing, raise really challenging issues for HR. Ethnicity pay reporting will be an even bigger challenge to employers than gender pay.
  • Immigration risk to employers: right to work checks

    Increasing compliance activity, important proposed changes and Brexit mean employers need a clear understanding of right to work issues. This course covers the UK immigration system during the employment life cycle, the areas of law that apply and competing risks and penalties. Using examples of problem cases, best practice to risk is assessed and discussed.
  • In-house Counsel Legal Update - Manchester

    We are delighted to invite you to attend our Eversheds Sutherland In-house Counsel Legal update.
  • International secondments - contracts and visas

    A unique set of employment, immigration, social security and tax requirements must be considered when sending an individual employee to work abroad, or when bringing an employee into the UK. These briefings cover the suitability of different assignment structures, the importance of ‘for-purpose’ documentation, securing and protecting the immigration status of your migrant staff, conflict of laws and jurisdictional issues, and questions that arise at the end of an assignment.
  • IR35 and HMRC - off-payroll working

    These briefings cover the new IR35 rules (from April 2020) and when, and to whom, they apply. These rules make clients liable for determining the tax status of their contractors and the aim is to discourage ‘disguised employment’. We also cover your use of agencies and contractors in your supply chain.
  • Irish employment law training

    The Irish and UK legal systems have many similarities. However, in an employment context those similarities can be deceptive.