11th May | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm – With Brexit looming, businesses and organisations need to evaluate their options including staffing requirements and whether redundancies may need to be considered in the future. Providing some useful guidance and tips on how to manage a redundancy process and engaging with staff in the right way, this workshop will guide you through some of the pitfalls.
In this workshop, employment lawyer Seema Gill will look at the redundancy process and how to avoid the legal pitfalls. Employee engagement specialist Jasmine Gartner will talk about best practice communication in a redundancy situation and how to keep people as engaged as possible through difficult change.
We’ll be examining redundancy and how to handle it from our two different perspectives. Together, we’ll provide some guidance and some practical information.
What will we cover?
The legal view includes:
The employee engagement perspective:
Who should attend
– HR professionals and everyone with responsibility for managing staff
Coffee and tea will be served from 9.00 a.m. The workshop commences at 9.15 am and finishes by 12.00 p.m.
Jasmine is a trainer, writer and speaker on employee engagement, diversity and inclusion, unconscious bias and organisational culture..
She has trained and spoken in the private, public and third sectors. Her clients include B&Q, Harper Collins, and United Welsh Housing Association. She is the author of Employee Engagement: a little book of Big Ideas. You can also read her column and articles on HRZone.
Seema is an employment lawyer with over 10 years’ experience. She trained at a niche London firm and has worked for well-established regional, Central London and Legal 100 firms.
She is currently based in London and advises small to medium size organisations as well as senior employees on all aspects of employment law.
Seema has carried out many workshops and seminars for business clients, providing them with additional business support. She has also written articles published by the Employment Law Association and contributed to articles in The Sunday Telegraph and HR journals.
Here’s what delegates have said about previous workshops
“I found the workshop very useful. It was insightful and engaging throughout. I found the case studies/examples easy to relate with. They were examples that helped to further solidify what had been learnt. Thanks again for your knowledge.” Hannah, International Charity
“The workshop was excellent and extremely helpful, providing much food for thought as we continue to grow our membership organisation.” Noëlle, Professional Membership Association