Howden Employment Webinar (10/09/20)

Howden Employment Webinar 10/09/20

2020 has presented its fair share of challenges to usual business practices, and one casualty for Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing has been the inability to stage the highly popular, fun, and informative Howden Employment Seminars so far this year.

So we thought it was high time that we (temporarily) replaced the physical events with a topical webinar looking at UK employment issues.  This event will feature views and insights on the following important subjects:

  • Employment Law
  • The Future of the Workplace
  • Pensions
  • Employee Benefits

And the speakers are already very familiar to our loyal seminar audiences.  Employment Lawyer Matt Jenkin will provide useful insights on this always important topic, whilst Howden’s Employee Benefits thought-leader Steve Herbert will provide his usual fast-paced commentary on relevant current events. 

Full details of the webinar and how to book a place(s) are shown below:

Agenda and Timing:

This webinar will take place on Thursday 10th September, and the approximate event timings are detailed below:

10:00     Delegate Log-In Commences

10:10     Welcome and Opening Comments

10:15     Delegate Voting

10:25     Employee Benefits:  “Through the Looking Glass”

2020 has seen the world of employment turned upside down for many HR and Finance professionals.  Steve Herbert will take his (un)usual look at recent events, with one eye always fixed firmly on the future of the workplace and Employee Benefits provision.  Subjects covered will be driven by topical news items, but may include pensions, group risk benefits, and the levelling-up of compensation packages. 

Speaker:  Steve Herbert, Head of Benefits Strategy, Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing

11:00     Delegate Voting

11:10     Employment Law:  “The F Word”

Matt Jenkin will look at the fallout from the government’s Furlough scheme, including the new Coronavirus Job Retention Bonus.  Matt will also provide an update on other recent and important Employment Law developments including the possible return of employment tribunal fees, the outcome of the Morrisons data breach case, and the postponement of IR35.  A necessary session for all delegates.

Speaker:  Matt Jenkin, Employment Partner, Moorcrofts LLP

11:45     Delegate Voting

11:55     Closing Comments

12:00     Webinar Concludes

Please Note:  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 to the audience at the time of the webinar.

Who should attend?

The event it suitable for:

  • Senior Human Resources Professionals
  • Finance Directors
  • Payroll Professionals

From all industry sectors.

Attendance at the event will qualify for 2 hours of CPD.

How to Reserve a Place:

If you and/or your colleagues would like to attend this important event, please follow this link and complete all the fields on the right of the page for each delegate attending. 

Please ensure that you press “Submit” at the bottom of the page (if all required details have been completed, then the screen will then show confirmation that your application has been received).

Your place will then be confirmed by email, and a unique URL will be sent to each delegate a few days prior to the webinar itself.

We do hope you can join us for this timely, fun, and informative Howden Employment Webinar.

For more information on any of the above topics, please speak to your usual Howden Consultant in the first instance, or visit our website for other contact options. For the latest details on COVID-19 & Employee Benefits provision please visit our coronavirus hub.

(Published 11/08/20)

Steve Herbert

Steve is Head of Benefits Strategy, Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing, and is an award-winning thought leader on Pensions, Employee Benefits, and Human Resources issues. He is occasionally accused of making Employee Benefits interesting.

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