The HR Employment Law Forum 2010 – Documentation

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The coming year will see a variety of changes to regulation and legislation effecting employment law, employers and employees. The single piece of legislation that is cited to have the most significant impact on employers is the Equality Bill, which replaces nine separate laws with the Single Equality Act. The implementation of the Agency Workers Directive is also looming with a new date for this coming into force in 2011. Now is the time for you to implement best practice procedures to achieve business success and be prepared for this legislation.

With the general elections looming, this presentation will also be examining what a new government could mean for HR.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).

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The “HR Employment Law Forum 2010″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair

Peter Lockyer, Assistant Director


Session 2

Employment Law Update

David Parry, Partner

Darbys Solicitors

Session 3

Examining how a New Government will affect Employers

Marc Woolfson, Account Director

Westminster Advisers

Session 4

Examining the Effects of Temporary Workers Directive

Head of Temporary, Agency Workers

Metropolitan Police

Session 5

Examining the Effects of Temporary Workers Directive

Mark Hammerton, Partner


Session 6

Examining the Effects of Temporary Workers Directive

Alan Nolan, Senior Partner

Aspire Business Partnership

Session 7

The New Equality Bill Framework

Sami Rahman, Barrister

Field Court Chambers

Session 8

Equality Bill in Practice: Private Sector Session

Vanessa Morgan, Partner and Daniel Hibbert, Director

Pricewaterhouse Coopers Legal

Session 9

Equality Bill in Practice: Public Sector Session

Jennifer Crook, Head of Diversity

Brent Council

Session 10

Equal Pay in the Public Sector – Update on Case Law

Shantha David, Legal Officer


Session 11

Employment Law: What the Future Holds

Lucinda Bromfield Employment Solicitor

Bevans Solicitors

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