Eversheds training and events

Eversheds provide thought-leading briefings and conferences, as well as core courses, to help practitioners develop their understanding of law and regulation in the workplace. We work with independent experts and government agencies to help organisations understand new legal requirements prior to implementation dates. We also aim to help delegates with their own personal professional development and to encourage better practice.

In addition, we provide a wide selection of free breakfast briefings, events and webinars. 

Upcoming events, webinars and training

  • 11th annual pensions conference: inadequacy? responsibility, incentives and nudges

    “If you don’t know where you are going any road can take you there”*. Ageing societies need people to save for retirement and not to rely on the State. Reforms which empower individual choice are, in principle, a good thing. But too many options, from a financial industry perceived to be long on complexity and short on consumer trust, may simply cause further confusion.
  • A future less clear – In house employment counsel conference

    Brexit has created its own set of challenges and uncertainties for in house employment lawyers, particularly how it will shape the legal agenda in the near term.
  • Asian employment law: Principles and culture

    Drawing on 25 years of experience advising international employers in Asia, this course is aimed at employers who need a broad overview of the employment landscape in Asia.
  • Business immigration update: UK visa sponsorship and licence management

    This course is relevant to HR and recruitment professionals from Tier 2 and 5 sponsors (including potential sponsors) who use the sponsor management system or have responsibility for a sponsor licence. Knowledge of the points-based system is assumed.
  • CARRIE - An open forum for female in-house lawyers

    This event is named after Carrie Morrison, the first woman to be admitted as a solicitor in December 1922.
  • Central and Eastern European HR: employment law in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Russia and Slovakia

    The Central and Eastern European ("CEE") countries have distinctive employment law frameworks which an increasing number of HR practitioners and in-house lawyers must come to terms with.
  • Commercial awareness training for in-house counsel

    Eversheds Academy - a unique 3 day residential commercial awareness programme designed specifically for in house lawyers.
  • Complex employment disputes - Cases from hell

    Sometimes, from apparently simple facts, an employment dispute can cause damage far beyond the costs and issues that had initially appeared to be at stake, while consuming vast amounts of time and resources.
  • Criminality and the employment relationship - history, subsequent convictions and allegations - with Nacro

    Over ten million people in the UK have a criminal record*. Our criminal records regime seeks to balance respect for civil liberties, public protection, and the encouragement of rehabilitation.
  • Driving for work - policies, investigation and the law

    Driving for work is the most common risk in workplace health and safety, resulting in over a hundred serious injuries per week*.
  • Employee investigations training

    Employment tribunals increasingly expect employers to show that they have undertaken a fair and thorough investigation of complaints that are made about or by employees.
  • Employment law updates: self-policing and Brexit

    The Gender Pay Gap Information Regulations simply ask an employer to publish a few numbers. The Modern Slavery Act only requires the publication of a statement, but says nothing about what your statement must contain and there is no fine or threat of court action for non-compliance. The risk for employers is reputational damage.
  • Essential employment law for HR professionals

    HR professionals and managers need to understand the legal framework that underpins the employment relationship.
  • Essential UK immigration law training for employers - law and practice

    This immigration law training course covers the UK immigration system in the context of employment. We consider the employee life cycle for migrants, highlighting areas of law that apply, competing risks and penalties.
  • European HR: cross-border employment law

    Managing teams of people is challenging at the best of times. Working across European borders is even more difficult due to cultural and legal differences.
  • Eversheds Real Estate Training Programme

    Eversheds LLP is delighted to present the Eversheds Real Estate Litigation Training Programme.
  • Gender pay reporting with Acas and Equal Pay Portal

    You can have a gender pay gap without having an equal pay problem. Soon, all businesses and third sector organisations with over 250 employees will have to publicly report on average pay differences between their male and female employees. Similar obligations are expected to apply in the public sector. The Government’s expectation is that greater transparency and public scrutiny will force employers to take action to close the gender pay gap and accelerate equality between the sexes.
  • German employment law training

    Germany is a major trading partner for many countries throughout the world, not to mention the most important single market in the European Union.
  • Health and Safety Summer School - Carrots or sticks? How to stay in the driving seat

    The new Sentencing Guideline for health and safety and similar offences is a reality. Already fines for the largest organisations are into the low millions and a ten-fold increase on a year ago. With an explicit focus on culpability and risk of harm what patterns are emerging?
  • HR reporting duties - Visibility, benefits and risk

    What will you do if your direct competitor’s HR data is better than yours? Gender pay, anti-bribery, human rights, modern slavery and trafficking reporting duties are some new forms of non-financial, or sustainability reporting.
  • Immigration law: tier 4 sponsor obligations - update for education institutions

    Education providers who sponsor international students must be Tier 4 sponsor licence holders and permission to sponsor students to study in the UK is a privilege. Tier 4 has been subject to a number of significant changes recently, including partnership arrangements, academic progression and UK Visas and Immigration enforcement action.
  • International pensions promises: De-risking and harmonisation

    Although harmonisation and equal treatment are almost always the most efficient options for an international company, every country’s retirement benefit provision is strongly influenced by local law, cultural expectations and economic circumstances.
  • Introduction to Defined Benefit pensions: running a DB scheme

    Pension scheme trustees are required to have a knowledge and understanding of: the law relating to pensions and trusts, the principles relating to scheme funding and investment.
  • Introduction to Defined Contribution pensions: running a DC scheme

    Pension scheme trustees are required to have a knowledge and understanding of: the law relating to pensions and trusts, the principles relating to scheme funding and investment.
  • Job Stress - Reduction and inspection

    The Health and Safety Executive’s new strategy (2016) gives the same priority to health as it does to safety, and they will reissue their Stress Management Standards later this year. Employers should expect HSE inspectors to become more attentive to employee health and wellbeing, and we may see greater use of improvement notices.
  • Labour relations conference

    In recent times, the UK has enjoyed above average growth rates, almost no inflation and the highest rate of employment and foreign investment since records began*. From April 2016, the new National Living Wage will also begin to boost the earnings of the lowest paid. So why doesn’t it feel like a return to good times?
  • Managing contractors and sub-contractors

    Most medium to large organisations use contractors in some form for cleaning, catering, IT support, maintenance and security. It is not surprising therefore, that the management of contractors is the most common health and safety concern of our clients.
  • Nordic (Denmark, Norway and Sweden) employment law training

    Scandinavian countries have a shared history, a tradition of working together on legislative issues and a similar approach to welfare. Citizens of Nordic states can pass across each other’s borders and they understand each other’s language. But despite the similarity of legal structures and solutions, there are significant differences, to the extent that lawyers tend to specialise in one jurisdiction only.
  • Public sector pensions conference - LGPS: new challenges

    Our 2016 public sector pensions conference will take a look at some of the key legal challenges impacting public sector pensions and in particular the LGPS.
  • Swiss employment law training

    Switzerland is chosen by many multinational companies as a base for their European or global cross-border business activities, largely because of its advantageous investment climate.
  • TUPE principles and practice

    Employment lawyers find TUPE laws complex and difficult, so it is not surprising that HR professionals do too. We consider the perspective of the outgoing employer in a TUPE transfer, the incoming employer, affected employees and the role of HR throughout.

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