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Employment law changes in 2023: What you need to know

It’s been a big year for employment law changes, with many proposed bills making their way through parliament, and some significant changes on the horizon. Watch Monica Atwal and Lucy Densham Brown for a quick round-up of all the HR related changes that took effect in 2023, including those that are still expected.

Topics include:

  • ACAS Mental Health reasonable adjustment guidance
  • Flexible Working requests
  • Carers Leave
  • Neonatal Parental Care leave
  • Third Party Harassment
  • Enhanced Maternity Redundancy Protection
  • Menopause and Menstruation Guidance

Helping HR keep up to date, and food for thought on organisations setting their agendas.

Should you wish to discuss any of the issues highlighted in the webinar, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Event details

  • 14 September 2023
  • On Demand Webinar
  • FREE
  • Employment

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