Current Developments in Employment Law – Friday 10 May 2013

This one day seminar is aimed at providing HR professionals and legal practitioners with an accessible and informative update on key recent developments in employment legislation and case-law.

Conference Details

Venue: Garendon Room, Charles Wilson Building, University of Leicester

Fee: £100 (£50 for alumni of the LLM Employment Law, University of Leicester)

CPD Points: 5 CPD points are available for this event.

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For further information please contact Pascale Lorber or Teresa Rowe

Programme

9:30–10:00 Registration and Tea/Coffee
10:00–10:45 Welcome

Professor Mark Bell and Pascale Lorber, School of Law, University of Leicester

‘Findings from the 2011 Workplace Employment Relations Survey’

Professor Stephen Wood, School of Management, University of Leicester:

10:45–11:30 ‘The Personal Scope of Employment Law’

Lisa Rodgers, School of Law, University of Leicester

11:30–11:45 Tea/Coffee
11:45–12:30 ‘Transfers of Undertakings’

Roger Silvers, Specialist in Employment Law, HR, H&S and Mediation

12:30–13:15 Lunch
13:15–14:45 ‘Religion and Belief at Work’

Professor Gwyneth Pitt, School of Law, Kingston University

‘The Equality Act 2010: two steps forward, one step back?’

Professor Mark Bell, School of Law, University of Leicester

14:45–15:00 Tea/Coffee
15:00–16:30 ‘Dismissal and Reforms to Employment Tribunals’

David Mangan, School of Law, University of Leicester

‘Collective Labour Law’

Pascale Lorber, Course Director, LLM Employment Law, University of Leicester


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For further information please contact Pascale Lorber or Teresa Rowe

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