The Parental Bereavement (Pay and Leave Bill) was published by the government on 13 October 2017 and aims to grant bereaved parents, who have lost a child under the age of 18, two weeks’ paid leave.

The Bill will entitle all employees to parental bereavement leave, regardless of their length of service. In addition, employees with over 26 weeks’ continuous service will be entitled to statutory parental bereavement pay. Employers will be able to recover the cost of this payment from the Government.

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Bristol HR Club hosts a seminar for HR Professionals, Finance Directors, HR Managers, Heads of HR, Business Managers, as well as Practice Managers, GP Business Manager and Assistant Practice Managers.

Removal of Tribunal Fees – How Might it Affect Your Business or Practice?

In a Supreme Court ruling that has thrown Tribunals into chaos, Employment Tribunal fees have been declared unlawful and abolished overnight.

As an employer, you may be wondering where this decision might leave your organisation. In a system where once again, there is no monetary barrier to Employment Tribunal litigation, will the floodgates open?

In this session we will be considering the practical impact of the Supreme Court’s decision. We will also be taking you through the litigation process from start to finish, sharing some of our top tips for avoiding litigation and protecting your position along the way.

Who Should Attend?

  • HR Professionals
  • Finance Directors
  • HR Managers
  • Heads of HR
  • Business Managers
  • Practice Managers
  • GP Business Manager
  • Assistant Practice Managers

This event is now fully booked. To add your name to the waiting list, please call 0117 314 5332. 

Narrow Quay HR website will be live on 31 October 2017.

Cost Effective Employment Law Support

We offer accessible and cost effective employment law support to businesses in a number of ways, including:

  • Lifeline – a telephone and email employment helpline with rates to suit all budgets.
  • Toolkits – easy to use guidance and templates, for everyday HR issues such as absence management, flexible working or retirement.
  • Legal Representation – in any employment case an employer is involved in, be that Tribunal, Appeal Courts or Civil Courts (with discount rates for multiple claims).
  • Employment Law Training – bespoke, practical and interactive for all levels of management and staff.
  • HR Consultancy – to dovetail with the employers’ internal HR function, or as a means of an external resource.
  • Peace of mind – combining all of the above with an insurance policy to create a risk-free employment and HR service.

Our employment lawyers provide specialist legal advice across a wide range of HR and employment law issues.

In the meantime please contact us to discuss your HR challenges.