Howden Employment Webinar (11/03/21)
We are delighted to announce details of our next fun, informative, and free to attend, Howden Employment Webinar.
Our 2020 virtual events were a huge success, and we are aiming to continue the same mix of engagement and important topical comment in our first virtual event of 2021.
Once again the speakers will be familiar to our loyal seminar/webinar audience. Employment Lawyer Matt Jenkin will provide useful insights on this key topic, whilst Howden’s Employee Benefits & HR 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 11th March, 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: “End of the Beginning?”
So what can employers learn from the last year, and how can business better prepare for a future health crisis? Steve will look in detail at this important topic, and will also provide some practical thoughts on the expected post-pandemic rise in flexible working (and the strangely compelling dynamics of a 4-day working week). A review of the Chancellor’s Budget announcements will also be included. Another unusual – but hopefully engaging – update from Howden’s well known employee benefits and HR thought-leader. Speaker: Steve Herbert, Head of Benefits Strategy, Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing
11:00 Delegate Voting/ Comfort Break
11:10 Employment Law: “A farewell to furlough?”
Matt Jenkin will cast his expert eyes over the latest plans for the UK furlough scheme and other COVID-19 support measures available to employers in 2021. Matt will also look at other possible employment law changes in the year ahead including the latest on the off-payroll/IR35 changes, the Government’s consultation on abolishing non-compete clauses in contracts of employment, and the current status of the long awaited Employment Bill and the changes that could bring for employers. An important and necessary session for all HR and Finance professionals. 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 our 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.
(For details of delegate feedback from previous events, please see this post which includes just some of the really positive comments we have received in our recent webinars).
How to Reserve a Place:
If you and/or your colleague(s) 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” once your details have been entered (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.
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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