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The workforce that WORKS for your business

Workforce agility is a necessity of our time, but which of the many approaches is best for your organisation? What are the legal and tax implications? And why do some organisations get it so wrong? SA Law’s June HR Forum for senior HR professionals has the answers you need. Book your place today.

We are delighted to announce a slight change in topic for our June HR Forum, which enables us to meet a huge increase in queries and concerns from clients and contacts.

Many organisations fear they aren’t agile enough, particularly with the uncertainty of Brexit looming. Those that have made the move are losing confidence in practices such as zero hours, which have gained extensive bad press over recent years.

Our next HR Forum will focus on these concerns and more, giving you the opportunity to find out how agile practices can be used effectively and compliantly through strong and weak economic periods.

On the agenda 

Using relevant case studies, we will help to clarify key aspects of this complex topic, such as: 

  • The business case for the various employee statuses, from full-time employment to contract working
  • Choosing the best status for different employee types, and capitalising on the benefits
  • Scaling a workforce up and down, or working more or less hours in line with the needs of your organisation
  • Assessing the case for overtime versus new hires
  • Transfer of undertakings (TUPE) issues that come with inherited workforces and other common scenarios.


Our panel of legal and employment experts Chris Cook & Keely Rushmore will be joined by leading regional accountant Pat Strods, Partner at Rayner Essex, who will outline the tax implications of the various work statuses.

As always, SA Law’s HR Forums give you the opportunity to put your questions to the panel. We will finish with our customary networking lunch, where you can talk one-to-one with our specialists and other HR professionals in an informal environment.

Click here to book your place.