InsightsWebinar | Video - Education, Employment & HR - POSTED: May 6 2022
Moving on from COVID: Key considerations for schools
Education sector webinar
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This education sector webinar covers topical employment law and HR issues within the sector.
With further changes to COVID rules in place from 1 April 2022, this webinar focuses on key considerations for schools.
In the hour-long session, our education specialist speakers cover:
- The changes for schools from 1 April 2022
- The impact on staff and connected issues arising from the changes
- COVID strategy – infection and impact on pay
- Pregnant staff
- Dealing with long COVID, including considerations around ill-health retirement
- Flexible working
- The rising potential for discrimination claims from pupils and/or staff, and how to deal with these
Who should watch?
The webinar will be of value to senior leaders as well as all those with HR, management and staffing responsibilities who work in an education setting.
View on-demand – how to watch
Play the video below to watch the full recording of the webinar.
Antonio Fletcher, Partner, Brachers
Louise Brenlund, Senior Associate, Brachers
Louise advises on all aspects of employment law, mainly acting for employers but also taking on complex, high-value employee claims work.
She has a keen interest in the education sector and sat as a governor at Waterfront UTC between 2017 to 2021. She has recently commenced a new role as trustee at the Rivermead Inclusive Trust.
Louise is also an active member of the local business community and contributes through her work as vice-chair of the steering group of the Rochester Business Guild and works closely with Mid-Kent CIPD to provide employment law seminars and webinars.
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