UK Plc is about to head into the uncharted waters of Brexit, and employers are increasingly nervous about the journey ahead. So it seems an appropriate time for the hugely successful Jelf Employment Seminars to provide another guiding-light on some of the key employment issues of the day.
Our expert crew of keynote speakers for this important event includes:
- Matt Jenkin will share his insights into the complex world of Employment Law.
- The impact of an Ageing Workforce in the UK will be explored by Elliott Hurst.
- Steve Herbert will provide a topical update on Employee Benefits issues, together with a review of the autumn Budget statement.
And the event will be chaired by the ever-popular Peter Matthews.
Our opulent and unique venue for this event is Trinity House in central London. Trinity House overlooks both the Tower of London and The River Thames, and is the headquarters of an organisation that dates back to 1514. The charity is perhaps best known for its role in managing lighthouses around the UK, and our delegates will be able to access the State Rooms of this grand venue, and enjoy its important collection of art and artefacts. Trinity House is centrally located, and just a few minutes’ walk from many public transport links.
– Date: Thursday 23rd November 2017
– Timings: Morning event: Registration 09:00; Seminar commences 09:40; Concludes 12:15
Afternoon event: Registration 13:30; Seminar commences 14:00; Concludes 16:35
– Location: Trinity House, Trinity Square, Tower Hill, London, EC3N 4DH
– Suitable for: Senior Human Resources and Finance Professionals
– CPD: The seminar will qualify for 2 hours CPD
– Cost: FREE!* (including the chance to win one of two Fortnum & Mason hampers)
*All bookings are subject to our usual event terms and conditions (including a late cancellation charge) which can be viewed here: Jelf Events: Terms and Conditions of acceptance
Timings & Agenda:
**Please note: Owing to venue capacity and delegate demand we are running this event twice (the morning event repeated in the afternoon). Please state clearly which session you wish to attend.
Morning event timings: Registration 09:00; Seminar commences 09:40; Concludes 12:15
Afternoon event timings: Registration 13:30; Seminar commences 14:00; Concludes 16:35
Registration, coffee and networking
Employee Benefits: “On the rocks?” UK Plc is about to enter the uncharted waters of Brexit – but what does this mean for the world of Employment and Employee Benefits (EB)? Steve will cast a weather-eye over topics as diverse as remote GP access for employees, workplace education and communications, the DWP Pensions Auto-Enrolment review, the Taylor Report, and a review of the key EB issues in the Chancellor’s 2017 Autumn Budget. Speaker: Steve Herbert, Head of Benefits Strategy, Jelf Employee Benefits
The Ageing Workforce: “The impact of ageing and eldercare on corporate Britain” By 2050 the number of 85 year olds globally will have increased 5 fold, 50 percent of the European population will be aged over 50, whilst today 1 in 3 UK employees are already aged over 50. Elliott Hurst will explore this issue in depth, and isolate what this may mean for employment trends, and what actions employers can take in building an age-friendly organisation. Speaker: Elliott Hurst, Head of Proposition & Innovation, Mercer Marsh Benefits
Mid-Session Break/ Refreshments/ Networking
2017 Autumn Budget Update
Employment Law: “Stormy Waters Ahead!” With the Taylor Report recommending a significant number of changes to employment law, and the continuing cases before the Employment Tribunal looking at worker status in the gig economy, Matt will look at how employment law may change to reflect modern working practices. Other topics will include the recent Supreme Court case abolishing Employment Tribunal fees, a reminder of what GDPR will mean for employers in relation to employee data, as well as look at other key employment law changes. An important and necessary session for all delegates. Speaker: Matt Jenkin, Employment Partner, Moorcrofts LLP
Closing comments/ Prize Draw (a chance to win one of two Fortnum & Mason hampers!)
Due to the number of topics to be covered, the level of detail may vary. Speakers will focus on the subject areas that are topical and most likely to be relevant at the time of the seminar
So how do I book a place?
If you (and/or an appropriate colleague) would like to attend, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
…with the following details for each delegate…
- Full name
- Job title
- Company name
- Telephone number
- Email address
- Which session you would like to attend (Morning or Afternoon)
- Please add “Trinity House” to the subject line of your email
All of our London 2017 events have been fully booked, so early booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment. I do hope that you are able to join us for our last fun and informative event of 2017.
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