Webinar: Adopting hybrid working - legal issues and discrimination risks

Register now and submit your questions to our speaker, Huw Cooke

When: 11am BST, Wednesday 23 June 2021
Presenter: Laura Merrylees, senior employment law editor

As we emerge from the coronavirus pandemic, your organisation may be looking to roll out a longer-term hybrid working model for your workforce. This will require considered analysis and careful planning. For example, do your employment contracts and policies reflect your new ways of working? And if they don’t, what’s the process for change? Beyond the contractual, have you considered possible discriminatory risks of creating a two-tier workforce?

In this webinar, Huw Cooke, senior associate at Burges Salmon, will guide you through the legal issues around hybrid working. From the more pressing contractual challenges you may currently be facing, to longer term discrimination risks, he will explore the hybrid working life cycle, including: varying contracts, potential redundancy issues, expenses and allowances and legal considerations around recruitment, training and line management.

Webinar speaker

Huw CookeHuw Cooke is a senior associate in the employment team at Burges Salmon. Huw regularly advises clients across a range of sectors on the drafting and enforcement of post-termination restrictions (including the issue of High Court proceedings). Huw also provides strategic and operational employment and business immigration advice including advice on restructuring and outsourcing, employment policies and contracts, managing tribunal cases, dealing with day-to-day issues and delivering training.

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