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News // 14 January 2020

Employment Law Events Spring 2020

Please join our leading Employment Law team at two seminars in spring,  focusing on minimising risks to your business. 

These seminars will be of interest to business owners and directors, HR and finance professionals and in-house lawyers who may at some stage have to manage employment issues in the workplace. Places at our popular seminars are limited, so please register now to avoid disappointment. Please share these details with any colleagues or contacts who may also wish to join you.

Employment Status - Steering the Path through IR35 How Can You Prepare For the Changes to Off-Payroll Working Rules?

Thursday 6 February, 8.30am, Crowe, Aquis House, Reading, RG1 1PL

The quagmire of defining “Employment Status” (“Employee”, “Worker”, or “Self-Employed Contractor”?) continues to cause businesses (including end-users requiring staff and Intermediaries supplying staff) significant difficulties.  The situation will be further complicated by the changes to the IR35 tax regime effective from April 2020, with private sector businesses being brought into line with the IR35 obligations and implications currently applicable only to public sector organisations.

Alongside national audit, tax advisory and risk firm Crowe, we will explain the new IR35 tax regime, the implications for your business and how to prepare. This is a must attend seminar if your organisation engages the services of contractors on either a self-employed basis; through consultancy agreements, or otherwise.

Please email david.lamont@blandy.co.uk to register or with any questions.

Employment Law Update - What's New for Legal and Regulatory Compliance in the Workplace?

Thursday 5 March 2020, 8.45am, Green Park, Reading, RG2 6GP

Join us at our annual Employment Law Seminar to keep up-to-date with recent and emerging changes in Employment Law and good HR practice. We will focus on ‘lessons to be learned’ from case law, as well as recent legislative and regulatory changes, to help you minimise and manage any associated business risks. It is also an opportunity to network with our team and fellow professionals. 

Please email david.lamont@blandy.co.uk to register or with any questions.

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