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Please find below a list of events across Eversheds International.

  • 10th Annual Comparative International Employment Law Seminar

    Staying competitive in the global economy would be hard enough without the challenge of cross border working which taxes even the most experienced practitioners.
  • Advanced employee investigation interview skills and tactics

    In recognition of the rising expectations judges have of an employer's investigation process and documentation, and the ever increasing complexity of some employee investigations, more and more organisations are recognising that the conduct of investigations is a specialist role, and developing in-house teams of dedicated management investigators.
  • Alternatives 4 Children (A4C) UK launch

    We are delighted to invite you to the official launch of the UK chapter of Alternatives 4 Children (A4C), the highly successful Dutch charity on Tuesday 4 June 2019.
  • An introduction to Trans-National Agreements

    This session will cover an introduction to academic collaborations and contracts with international agents. We will also cover topics such as due diligence, common clauses, local advice and what to do when things go wrong.
  • Apprenticeship Employer Agreements

    This session will cover an introduction to these agreements and the ESFA Funding rules which underpin them. We will also cover topics such as:
  • Belgian employment law training

    An employer found guilty of discrimination by a Belgian court can face a sentence of up to one year in prison. There is no concept of redundancy in Belgium and no concept of unfair dismissal either.
  • Bereavement, grief and work: support and adjustment

    “Take as long as you need...”. There is lots of evidence of good practice in the handling of bereavement in the workplace. Work can be therapeutic or a final straw. Every case is different. Length of service, seniority, past record, and the empathy level and influence of a line manager often affect an organisation’s response. So, too, do the circumstances of the death, raising questions about consistency of treatment.
  • Business immigration update - UK visa sponsorship and licence management

    Post freedom of movement, it is even more important for UK-based employers, who cannot meet their staff needs from the local workforce, to obtain and maintain a sponsor licence to support non-EEA recruitment. This is an essential course for HR and recruitment professionals with Tier 2 or Tier 5 responsibilities. Knowledge of the points-based system is assumed.
  • Central and Eastern European HR: Employment law in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia and Slovakia

    The Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries have distinctive employment law frameworks which an increasing number of HR practitioners and inhouse lawyers must come to terms with.
  • Challenging the regulators - appeal, complaint or Judicial Review - what next?

    Complex regulation is already a fact of life for any institution but in 2019 we can expect the OfS new powers to really start to shape the sector. The dynamics between an institution and its regulators can be complicated but getting the relationship right is ever more critical for any institution to thrive.
  • Charity law for educational institutions

    In this session we will cover key charity issues for institutions including:
  • Colleagues with cancer - Corporate compassion

    More people recover from cancer now (and other serious conditions) and remaining in, or returning to, work may be an important part of a patient’s desire for normal life. The term ‘cancer’ covers more than 100 distinct diseases, each of which has varying symptoms and prospects for recovery. Prolonged treatments may cause fatigue, body change, risk of infection and nausea. Recovery can take a long time and the ability to resume work varies.
  • Complex employment disputes - cases from hell

    Sometimes, from apparently simple facts, an employment dispute can cause damage far beyond the costs and issues that had initially appeared to be at stake, while consuming vast amounts of time and resources. There are some early, tell-tale signs of cases that will not ‘go away’, or which may take an unexpected turn. A claimant, who makes every type of claim and contests every stage, may lead a well-intentioned employer into apparently contradictory positions.
  • Criminal records and work

    This briefing will update you on how criminal allegations, charges, arrests, convictions and acquittals affect recruitment, decisions and the employment relationship.
  • Dealing with student/staff sexual harassment allegations

    The education sector is under increasing scrutiny in respect of how it responds to allegations of sexual harassment and assault and the strategies and arrangements institutions have in place generally to prevent such conduct.
  • Delivering successful campus development projects - effectively risk managing the pitfalls

    In an increasingly global market quality and innovation in campus facilities can be a key differential for any institution. It attracts talent and promotes the brand. But developing state of the art buildings to live and learn on campus is a complex business. Every development is unique and has its own issues to protect but successfully delivering on time and on budget requires careful structured planning to eliminate and mitigate potential risk.
  • Driving for work: GPS, police and law

    Driving is the most dangerous work activity that most people do. Every year 500 people are killed, and 5,000 seriously injured, in collisions involving people driving for work.* Employers must be able to show that they manage all of their drivers, including those who use their own vehicles. Drivers must be properly trained, fit, licensed, business-use insured and all vehicles must be fit for purpose.
  • Dutch employment law training - practical guidance and local insights

    It is commonly believed that it is difficult and expensive to terminate an employment contract in the Netherlands. Employee rights are well protected under Dutch law, especially in dismissal cases, but employers are able to swiftly adjust staff levels in their company to changes, for example a fluctuation in workload. A wide variety of options are available for employers to hire people in a flexible manner provided that the rules are used properly.
  • Employee investigations

    Employment tribunals expect employers to show that they have undertaken a fair and thorough investigation of complaints. This investigation can be time-consuming and complicated. However, if carried out early and correctly, an investigation should contain a problem and minimise distraction from the business.
  • Essential employment law for HR professionals

    HR professionals and managers need to understand the legal framework that underpins the employment relationship.
  • Essential immigration law for employers

    Increasing compliance activity, the Government’s commitment to a net migration target and Brexit make it crucial that employers have a clear understanding of right to work issues. This course covers the UK immigration system, in the context of the employment life cycle, the areas of law that apply and competing risks and penalties.
  • Essentials for academy clerks and company secretaries

    • Company secretarial workshop – knowing your way around the academy articles; how to appoint and remove trustees; how to convene meetings and take decisions; how to amend your articles of association; annual filings and other company law requirements
  • European HR: cross-border employment law

    Managing teams of people is challenging at the best of times. Working across European borders is even more difficult due to cultural and legal differences.
  • General conveyancing update for education

    In this session we will update you on the recent legislative developments and case law which the education sector needs to know about.
  • German employment law training - practical guidance and local insights

    Germany is a major trading partner for many countries throughout the world, not to mention the most important single market in the European Union.