Companies have faced significant challenges over the past three years, and it seems that 2023 will be little different. Whether you are contemplating redundancies, restructuring and consolidating teams, making changes to terms and conditions or considering how to retain your remaining staff in the current challenging economic climate, it is important that your business is aware of the employment law implications of your proposals, not only to reduce the scope for legal challenge, but also to increase the chances of a successful outcome.
Join our virtual panel discussion when our Chair, Bryn Doyle, will be joined by Caroline Noblet and Gemma Finlayson from Squire Patton Boggs and Ben Kandebe from Culture Amp to discuss:
Cost-cutting − Are redundancies the answer or are there other measures that may be more effective? We will discuss various options and the employment law issues to consider, including potential pitfalls and how to avoid them.
ESG − Corporates are under increasing pressure from investors, customers and staff to account for how they manage their people, as well as the impact they have on the communities and the society around them, so how might ESG considerations affect your decision-making in the face of difficult times?
Employee engagement − The businesses that do best in the tough times are often those with a strong culture and high levels of staff engagement. For some businesses, there are regulatory and corporate governance requirements to encourage this engagement. Ben will provide tips on how to strengthen your culture during an economic downturn to provide a strong foundation for your business.
This webinar is aimed at senior HR professionals and in-house employment counsel.
Our aim is to ensure attendees are in a stronger position to advise and support their boards as they navigate the current difficult market conditions.