Our Next 3 Workshops

HR Trends – looking ahead!

Date: 5th September 2018 OR 26th September 2018 @21 Business Centre

Speakers: Dr. Roselyn Borg and Mr. Angelito Sciberras (21 Law), Mario Farrugia (BoV)

Time: 9:00hrs till 12:00hrs (Coffee break included)

In this workshop we will be discussing the latest HR Trends and the actual implications from an employment law perspective. Keeping up to date and also planning ahead is key for an HR professional who wants to stay on top of the game as well as attract and retain the best talent. The aim of the workshop is to give an overview of the latest trends and this workshop will be held in an interactive way allowing HR professionals to express their challenges as well as discuss together their experiences and views.  We will also go through any updates related to the now suspended laws dealing with Annual Leave, Temporary Workers, Transfer of Undertaking and Payslips.

This workshop will mainly cover the following topics:

  • Update on employment laws – what’s new?
  • HR and Artificial Intelligence/ Digitalize HR
  • Work place Pensions – a practical example
  • Flexible Work Arrangements, the good, the bad and the ugly.
  • Influx of foreign workers
  • Mental Health Awareness

This workshop is supported by;

 

Employment Law for Accounting Professionals (CPE accredited)

Date:  10th October 2018 @21 Business Centre

Speaker: Dr. Roselyn Borg

Time: 9:00hrs till 12:00hrs (Coffee break included)

Employment law training is essential for accountants or anyone working in the accounts department.  It is important that accounting professionals are aware of the legal employment responsibilities of the company they work for or of their clients. This workshop will provide the knowledge necessary to get a good understanding of the various laws dealing with employment including the various entitlements employees are legally entitled to.

Topics that will be covered:

  • Overview of the employment legislation, including the various Wage Regulation Orders
  • The various entitlements including family related leave benefits
  • The contract of employment
  • Termination of Employment
  • Settlement agreements/payments

 

Employment Law for Supervisors and Managers

Date:  14th November 2018 @21 Business Centre

Speaker: Dr. Roselyn Borg

Time: 9:00hrs till 12:00hrs (Coffee break included)

Supervisors and Managers are generally responsible for managing and supervising people and making decisions and sometimes these decisions may be difficult and also have legal implications. It is fundamental that managers and supervisors have knowledge on employment law including the various rights and obligations as well as fully understand the consequences of every part of the employment relationship from hiring to disciplining as well as to terminating someone’s employment.

  • Overview of employment laws
  • Recruitment – the ins and outs
  • The various types of employment contracts
  • Diversity and Discrimination
  • Disciplinary matters
  • Grievances and handling difficult situations.