InsightsWebinar | Video - Employment & HR - POSTED: July 23 2021
Brachers Bitesize: Is employee wellbeing a legal compliance issue?
Free recorded webinar for business owners and HR professionals
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Grievances, flexible working requests, stress, allegations of being overworked and under-appreciated, all appear to be on the rise. But as an employer, is it your responsibility to make your employees happy?
In this free, 30-minute bitesize webinar, employment law expert Colin Smith considers the key elements of your duty of care as an employer. The session provides a top-line review of the underlying base law and how far you need to go to meet your legal responsibilities.
- Guidance on where your legal responsibilities start and stop
- At which point employee wellbeing becomes a legal compliance issue
- Your legal duty as an employer to provide a safe workplace
- How far does the duty of mutual trust and confidence go?
- How to deal with workplace stress and overwork concerns
Who should watch?
Business owners, HR managers and those with HR responsibilities.
View on-demand – how to watch
Play the video below to watch the full recording of the webinar.
The content of ‘Brachers Bitesize: Is employee wellbeing a legal compliance issue?’ is for guidance purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Information correct at time of recording on 22 July 2021.
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Colin Smith, Partner – Employment
Colin qualified in 2001 and has specialised in employment law for nearly 20 years, becoming Partner at Brachers in 2012.
He is dedicated in finding the right solution for each client and acts mainly for larger corporate clients in the construction, manufacturing, logistics and healthcare spheres as well as assisting senior executives in times of need.
Colin is an experienced trainer and presenter.
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