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25 February 2020
09:30 - 16:00
Acas TUPE conference: Making sense of the law & business process

Whatever the context, TUPE transfers can be one of the most difficult and stressful areas of business activity for both employers and employees.



Join Acas and leading experts for this special conference designed to explain and reduce the complexity of the TUPE process, helping you to avoid the unnecessary pitfalls.


Birmingham
4 March 2020
10:00 - 16:00
People management masterclass

Join Acas South East and guest speakers as we take a closer look at the key employment relations issues facing workplaces in 2020, with a focus on leadership, workplace culture and health and wellbeing.

Brighton
11 March 2020
09:30 - 15:30
Employment relations in practice: an Acas masterclass

Join Acas as our experts focus on current key employment issues.

This interactive in-depth Masterclass will feature:

mental health in the workplace; conflict resolution; non-disclosure agreements; inclusive recruitment and flexible working.


Birmingham
24 April 2020
10:00 - 16:00
Fair Work - respect and resolution in the workplace

The Welsh Government supported by Acas Wales have sought to develop achievable recommendations which provide a practical way forward to deliver ‘Fair Work Wales’. 

Fair Work is work in which people are respected and treated respectfully, whatever their role and status. 

Delegates attending this conference will gain knowledge from a range of experts in the field of Fair Work, mental health and wellbeing, dignity and respect and conflict resolution.


Cardiff
13 May 2020
09:45 - 13:00
Progressive and terminal illness and the workplace

Many employees will be touched by progressive or terminal illness in some  way during their working lives. Whether it’s by supporting a family member or dependant, a colleague, or being directly affected. 

Join Acas and leading experts as we consider progressive and terminal illness and the impact it can have on the work-place. We will focus on good practice for managing and supporting affected staff, their colleagues and working carers. We will also look the legal obligations and responsibilities for employers, as well as sources of support and other available services.



Nottingham