MHA | A look at employment law best practice and changes for 2021
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A look at employment law best practice and changes for 2021

• 12th Apr 2024 - 5:21pm

Could your business benefit from professional HR guidance around issues raised by COVID-19, Brexit and general day to day employment law?

  Join us on Tuesday 23 February to find out how our HR experts can help you manage all aspects of successful HR. Topics to be covered include:
  • Update on Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and national lockdown
  • Remote working, Working from home policies, and Flexible Working Requests
  • Immigration and how employers are managing since 1st December with new immigration rules
  • Redundancy and how to manage an effective process
  • Employment Law updates and what to watch out for in 2021
  • Maternity, Paternity and Shared Parental Leave


Jane Walker-Smith - Partner Jane is a ‘fellow’ member of the CIPD and has a strong academic background, with over 22 years experience in the HR field. Jane joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in June 2008 and heads up the internal and external HR and training functions and has advised on all areas of HR. Stephanie Pote - Senior HR Consultant Stephanie is an employee relations specialist, qualified as an Associate CIPD member since 1998, with 25 years’ HR experience, 17 of which are in consultancy. Stephanie joined the HR Solutions team in August 2018 and has advised a range of our clients on areas such as changing terms and conditions, restructure and redundancy, absence and performance management, and disciplinary and grievance issues. Previously, Stephanie has worked with clients to address organisation-wide absence problems, consultation on changes to benefits packages, and collective redundancy consultation. Colin O'Kane - HR Consultant Colin has over 13 years’ experience in the HR field having worked in the Financial Services, Telecommunications, Retail and Airline sectors. He joined MHA Macintyre Hudson in June 2019 and is a HR Generalist qualified as an Associate CIPD member since 2004. Colin advises a wide range of clients from across the firm on the entire spectrum of HR issues, from employment contracts and day to day people management issues including sickness, disciplinary and grievance issues to more complex projects such as redundancy exercises. He is registered as a Level 1 Immigration Adviser and supports clients on immigration matters in respect of visa applications, sponsorship licence and management of the Sponsorship Management System.


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