Webinars 2020/2021

Webinar on Post Brexit Immigration

 

Thursday 10th December at 11:00

The UK is introducing a points-based immigration system from 1 January 2021 when freedom of movement with the European Union (EU) will end. Join us for an hour long webinar with Ivon Sampson, a highly experienced immigration lawyer, on Thursday 10th December at 11:00 in which we will discuss what this means for employers and employees and will answer the following frequently asked questions:

What happens to freedom of movement after Brexit and the UK’s immigration position with EU/EEA countries?

What is the EU settlement scheme?

What is the cost of it and who is responsible for paying it?

Am I responsible for ensuring my EU national employees register via the EU Settlement Scheme and what do I do if someone does not want to register?

I am currently hiring an EU national but he won’t arrive until after 31 December 2020. What status does he need to apply for?

I employ EU nationals in the UK. What status will they have on 1 January 2021?

If I am hiring EU citizens after the end of June 2021 should I consider realigning my existing validation procedures for legal right-to-work checks?

After Brexit, what should we include in our validation procedures for an EU citizen’s legal right-to-work checks?

One of my employees, with a UK passport, will be working in another EU Member State in 2021– will she need a visa?

What is the position with an employee that will perform work for a UK entity but will work remotely in another EU country, only attending the UK occasionally for training?

How to Sign Up

The cost of joining this webinar is £50 plus VAT. To register and pay online for the session simply click on the yellow DETAILS box below and you will be able to book your place and be given simple instructions of how to pay via PayPal.

Once you have registered we will send you information by email on how to join the webinar which will be conducted via Zoom.  Following the webinar you will receive a written FAQ document covering the key points raised in the session.

If you would like further information on this webinar please email Sarah – sarah@sherrardslaw.com for additional details.

 

Webinar on Employee Subject Access Requests

 

Tuesday 1st December 2020  at 11:00

GDPR has led to heightened awareness of employees' ability to submit a subject access request to their employer. Often made in the context of a dispute with the employer, employees are increasingly “weaponizing” the subject access request procedure. Join us for an hour long webinar on Tuesday 1st December at 11:00 in which we will discuss this trend and answer the following frequently asked questions:

What is a subject access request (SAR)?

Are there any formal requirements for employees making a SAR and can we insist on full compliance?

Should we provide a standard form for employees to make a SAR?

What is the test for determining if data should be disclosed?

Can we ask for clarification if the SAR is unclear?

Can we ask for the SAR to be limited to certain data?

Does the 30 day time limit for compliance stop whilst we are requesting clarification?

Can we extend the 30 day time limit?

What is a "manifestly excessive" SAR?

In what circumstances can we charge a fee for responding to a SAR and what should the fee be?

How should we find and retrieve data & how do we deliver it to the employee?

We have found embarrassing material; are we ok to delete this?  

Can an employee enforce a SAR if we don’t comply?

What are the penalties for non-compliance?

The employee making the SAR says he will withdraw it if we reach a settlement with him; what are our options?

How to sign up 

The cost of joining this webinar is £50 plus VAT. To register and pay online for the session simply click on the yellow DETAILS box below and you will be able to book your place and be given simple instructions of how to pay via PayPal.

Once you have registered and paid for your place we will send you information by email on how to join your selected session which will be conducted via Zoom.

Following your webinar you will receive a written document covering the key points raised in the session. If you have any questions on the webinar or how to book a place please email sarah@sherrardslaw.com

2020/2021 Employment Law Latest and Employment Headaches 

 

This year our Employment Law Latest and Employment Headaches events will be webinars run via Zoom.

Employment Law Latest

We have now run the first Employment Law Latest session and will run the second one on Tuesday 24th November. We have now closed the bookings for this session but sometimes we have cancellations so if you are interested in attending please send us an email - sarah@sherrardslaw.com and you will be put on a waiting list. We can then let you know if a spare place does come available.

For those of you who have already booked on to the session on 24th November here is a reminder of the content of the webinar;

This Employment Law Latest webinar is essential for HR and people managers and will focus on critical employment law updates including new and important legislation, Government reforms and emerging case law. For 2020 it will include the following topics;

1)     Disclosure and Barring Reform

2)     Post Brexit Immigration Plans

3)     6th April 2021- Extension of IR35 to the Private Sector

4)     Public Sector Exit Payments

5)     Extending Pregnancy Protection from Redundancy

6)     Neonatal leave and pay – Expected in 2023

7)     Important changes to the tribunal procedure rules and ACAS early conciliation process

8)     Cases & Appeals

 

Employment Headaches

We will be running the Employment Headaches sessions in January 2021 and will be publishing further details on the content soon but meanwhile please ensure you have one of the following dates saved in your diary!

Tuesday 12th January 2021

Thursday 21st January 2021

Meanwhile, if you are not currently registered on our database but would like to be kept up to date on all issues on the pandemic and to hear about other future webinars other key employment law topics then please send me an email sarah@sherrardslaw.com and I will add you to our mailing list.

 

 

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