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Please find below a list of events across Eversheds International.

  • Adjustments - what is reasonable?

    When a disabled job applicant or employee is ‘substantially’ disadvantaged, the employer has a legal duty to make ‘reasonable’ adjustments. The difficulty is that what is reasonable depends upon the circumstances of each case, and upon the size and resources of the employer. As workplaces become more inclusive of older and disabled workers, as technology and work patterns change and good practice expectations rise, managers face an ever broadening range of requests.
  • A new immigration system – what it will mean for your recruitment of non-British/Irish staff and an update on the implications of covid-19 - webinar

    There are fundamental changes to the UK’s immigration rules in the pipeline. These will result in a new immigration system applying to non-British and Irish citizens and will not just therefore mean changes to the existing provisions in respect of your recruitment of staff from outside the EEA but will also extend your institution’s compliance obligations to EEA nationals who have up until now have been exempt from the rules due to their right to freedom of movement
  • A new immigration system – what it will mean for your recruitment of non-British/Irish students and an update on the implications of covid-19 - webinar

    There are fundamental changes to the UK’s immigration rules in the pipeline.
  • An introduction to contracts - what to look out for when negotiating

    We will look at the legal essentials for contract formation and the meaning of some common clauses found in contracts.
  • An introduction to trans-national agreements

    This session will cover an introduction to academic collaborations and contracts with international agents. We will also cover topics such as due diligence, common clauses, local advice and what to do when things go wrong.
  • Apprenticeship employer agreements

    This session will cover an introduction to these agreements and the ESFA Funding rules which underpin them. We will also cover topics such as:
  • Atypical/irregular hours workers

    The issue of atypical workers is an important one for the sector with it trying to balance modern working practices and the desire for flexible working against allegations of exploitation and the trade unions campaign against casualisation.
  • Building your knowledge - Our real estate training programme

    The objective is to provide focused training on core issues with a view to enhancing knowledge of these topics and assisting your team to provide a top quality service to your colleagues and clients.
  • Challenging times in the new regulatory regime – when and how to challenge the OfS

    Two years in, the way OfS is exercising its powers is really starting to shape the sector. The dynamics between an institution and its regulators can be complicated but getting the relationship right is ever more critical for any institution to thrive. In this session we’ll take an overview of the regulatory landscape, review the recent case law and guidance on the way OfS is operating and consider when and how to exercise options for appeal, complaint and judicial challenge.
  • Company Law Refresher - webinar

    We will provide a refresher on the administration of companies from a company law perspective. The session will cover:-
  • Compliance with Tier 2 sponsor obligations - webinar

    Education providers who employ or wish to employ non-EEA staff need to sponsor them, most likely under the Tier 2 (General) route. Tier 2 has been subject to a number of recent changes and although the sponsorship system may well change fundamentally from 2021, in the interim institutions need to comply with the current rules.
  • Compliance with Tier 4 sponsor obligations and update - webinar

    Education providers who teach or wish to teach non-EEA students need to be Tier 4 sponsor licence holders. Tier 4 has been subject to a number of recent changes and although the sponsorship system may well change fundamentally from 2021, in the interim institutions need to comply with the current rules.
  • Cyber security and pension schemes

    The Pensions Regulator has issued guidance on cyber security, highlighting the need for trustees to be aware of their “responsibilities in respect of cyber resilience” and to “receive regular training and have access to skills and expertise to understand and manage cyber risk”. 
  • Dutch employment law training

    Employee rights are well protected under Dutch law, especially in dismissal cases, but employers are able to swiftly adjust staff levels in their company due to changes in, for example a fluctuation in workload. A wide variety of options are available for employers to hire people in a flexible manner provided that the rules are used properly.
  • Employee relations - working effectively with your union and employee representatives

    Many senior managers lack experience of working with unions and employee representatives.
  • European HR - harmonising terms and conditions

    Managing teams of people is challenging at the best of times. Working across European borders is even more difficult due to cultural and legal differences.
  • French employment law training

    Based on the Napoleonic code and amended by statute ever since, French employment law is markedly different from the UK’s.
  • GDPR update for HR professionals - webinar

    Although the provisions of GDPR came into force in May 2018, the implications of the changes are still being felt. In this six monthly update for HR professionals in the education sector we will provide a refresher on the definitions and key points; look at practical solutions from an operational perspective and consider the implications of Brexit.
  • German employment law training

    Germany is a major trading partner for many countries throughout the world, not to mention the most important single market in the European Union.
  • Hot topics for HR – webinar

    The combination of a new government and the UK leaving the EU is likely to mean further changes to employment law. In this six monthly update we will look at the recent and forthcoming changes with a particular focus on those most relevant for the education sector.
  • How to effectively settle a dispute – what are the options for dispute resolution and what are the differences? - webinar

    Alternative forms of dispute resolution are becoming ever more common. Encouraged by the courts and increasingly favoured by parties, options such as mediation, arbitration and adjudication are becoming more widely used. But what are the differences and what are the pros and cons? We’ll consider the options and also look at other settlement tactics including Part 36 and Calderbank offers; the factors which may influence tactics and what to use when.
  • Investigating and managing sexual harassment complaints against staff - latest developments and key legal issues for HR professionals

    The issue of sexual harassment continues to be high profile with widespread local, national and international coverage across multiple sectors and jurisdictions. This has included widespread discussion and analysis of the issue in the education sector and an examination of how institutions currently deal with such allegations and whether their current practices and policies are fit for purpose.
  • IP commercialisation for education institutions - webinar

    In this webinar for education institutions we will cover:
  • Irish employment law training

    The Irish and UK legal systems have many similarities. However, in an employment context those similarities can be deceptive.
  • Italian employment law training

    Italy probably has the most complex employment law in Europe. Did you know that in Italy: there are more than 400 national collective agreements in force; four different categories of employees, all subject to specific (and different) rules and regulations; and that unfair dismissal claims can, and do, result in compulsory reinstatement and awards of more than 40 months of salary?