All Acas events on Contracts of employment

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14 June 2024
09:30 - 12:30 Full
Contracts and written statements

Employment law and good practice advice for contracts and written statements

As an employer it’s crucial to get the details of contracts and written statements correct. Failure to do so can result in disputes and potential employment tribunal claims further down the line.

This event will guide you through the whole process, from the formation of a contract to its termination. You will learn about different types of contracts and how to legally vary a contract. You will also gain an understanding of who should receive written statements and what they need to include. 
This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

Digital via Zoom
25 June 2024
13:30 - 16:30
Contracts and written statements

Employment law and good practice advice for contracts and written statements

As an employer it’s crucial to get the details of contracts and written statements correct. Failure to do so can result in disputes and potential employment tribunal claims further down the line.

This event will guide you through the whole process, from the formation of a contract to its termination. You will learn about different types of contracts and how to legally vary a contract. You will also gain an understanding of who should receive written statements and what they need to include. 


Digital via Zoom
4 July 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Contracts and written statements

Employment law and good practice advice for contracts and written statements

As an employer it’s crucial to get the details of contracts and written statements correct. Failure to do so can result in disputes and potential employment tribunal claims further down the line.

This event will guide you through the whole process, from the formation of a contract to its termination. You will learn about different types of contracts and how to legally vary a contract. You will also gain an understanding of who should receive written statements and what they need to include. 


Digital via Zoom
16 July 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Changing terms and conditions of employment

The legal obligations and good practice for implementing a change to employment terms and conditions

Changing an employee’s terms and conditions may be necessary for business reasons, however doing so can present concerns for both the employee and employer. 

Poorly managed change can damage working relationships and failure to follow the correct procedures could put your business at risk of litigation. 

This event will help you understand your responsibilities as an employer when implementing changes to employment. It will outline the risks and benefits of the options available to you, allowing you to confidently make decisions and minimise any unintended consequences.



Digital via Zoom
30 July 2024
13:30 - 16:30
Contracts and written statements

Employment law and good practice advice for contracts and written statements

As an employer it’s crucial to get the details of contracts and written statements correct. Failure to do so can result in disputes and potential employment tribunal claims further down the line.

This event will guide you through the whole process, from the formation of a contract to its termination. You will learn about different types of contracts and how to legally vary a contract. You will also gain an understanding of who should receive written statements and what they need to include. 


Digital via Zoom
8 August 2024
10:00 - 11:00
Acas Bitesize: Working Time Regulations and employer obligations

This event can only be booked and paid for online

The Working Time Regulations are complex but having a good understanding of these can help employers better manage their staff and operations, enabling them to position themselves as an employer of choice. Failing to get things right can lead to costly employment tribunal claims.

This bitesize session will provide valuable guidance on the Working Time Regulations. We will focus on the regulations for people working two or more jobs, including employer responsibility for not exceeding time limits, how to calculate reference periods and opt outs and how to ensure your contracts cover all the key points.


Digital via Zoom
15 August 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Contracts and written statements

Employment law and good practice advice for contracts and written statements

As an employer it’s crucial to get the details of contracts and written statements correct. Failure to do so can result in disputes and potential employment tribunal claims further down the line.

This event will guide you through the whole process, from the formation of a contract to its termination. You will learn about different types of contracts and how to legally vary a contract. You will also gain an understanding of who should receive written statements and what they need to include. 


Digital via Zoom
21 August 2024
13:30 - 16:30
Changing terms and conditions of employment

The legal obligations and good practice for implementing a change to employment terms and conditions

Changing an employee’s terms and conditions may be necessary for business reasons, however doing so can present concerns for both the employee and employer. 

Poorly managed change can damage working relationships and failure to follow the correct procedures could put your business at risk of litigation. 

This event will help you understand your responsibilities as an employer when implementing changes to employment. It will outline the risks and benefits of the options available to you, allowing you to confidently make decisions and minimise any unintended consequences.



Digital via Zoom
4 September 2024
13:30 - 16:30
Contracts and written statements

Employment law and good practice advice for contracts and written statements

As an employer it’s crucial to get the details of contracts and written statements correct. Failure to do so can result in disputes and potential employment tribunal claims further down the line.

This event will guide you through the whole process, from the formation of a contract to its termination. You will learn about different types of contracts and how to legally vary a contract. You will also gain an understanding of who should receive written statements and what they need to include. 


Digital via Zoom
5 September 2024
09:30 - 12:30
Changing terms and conditions of employment

The legal obligations and good practice for implementing a change to employment terms and conditions

Changing an employee’s terms and conditions may be necessary for business reasons, however doing so can present concerns for both the employee and employer. 

Poorly managed change can damage working relationships and failure to follow the correct procedures could put your business at risk of litigation. 

This event will help you understand your responsibilities as an employer when implementing changes to employment. It will outline the risks and benefits of the options available to you, allowing you to confidently make decisions and minimise any unintended consequences.



Digital via Zoom