Employment law changes constantly, making it a challenge for employers to stay updated and make the necessary preparations in advance. The upcoming year, 2024, is no exception, as a wave of legal updates is poised to reshape the employment landscape.
Immigration has long been a topic that gets people going. Everyone has an opinion, not least politicians. Immigration was one of the most contentious issues at the recent Conservative Party conference where senior politicians announced a series of proposals to reduce the numbers of people coming to the UK to live, study and work.
The disruption to normal working life over the last few years has reinforced the critical role HR plays in managing a business' reputation – and, as recent media stories aptly demonstrate, it is the "people" news which can often attract widespread public attention.
Self-employment, or freelancing, has been a cornerstone of the British economy for years. It has provided millions of businesses and people with flexibility, and been instrumental in ensuring that the British economy is one of the largest and most dynamic in the world.
Discussions on the evening will be led by two invited experts Jim Richardson, with spells at Santander and Royal Bank of Scotland as Global Head of Talent, Jim now advises corporate businesses on their TA models. And, Ross Crook, Managing Director at Sanderson Solutions.
The HR World with future of work experts Lloyd Dean and Alexander Low, from PA Consulting, will cut through the chaos and stay clear of the jargon in this 45-minute webinar to help HRs navigate the metaverse.
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