Ami Naru runs ABTA’s latest seminar on Employment Law

Partner Ami Naru is heading up ABTA’s latest seminar on Employment Law for Travel Employers on December 3rd.

  • Listen as she discusses the impact of Brexit on posted workers as well as employees from the EU working for you in the UK.
  • Find out how the recent judgement on restrictive covenants in contracts, particularly in relation to non-compete clauses, might affect your travel business.
  • Ensure you have effective policies in place for holiday pay commission, working hours and equality and diversity in the workplace.
  • Scrutinise restrictive covenants in an employment contract during a practical exercise and learn how to update them to make them more effective.

Ami has written a piece for the ABTA website about restrictive covenants – find it here.

There’ll also be a special focus on Mental Health in the Workplace, as Ami will advise how best to support your employees in the workplace, invest in learning and development, and implement policies to promote wellbeing at work.

This is an important seminar for all travel employers looking to stay up to date and increase their knowledge from one of the countries top up and coming Employment Lawyers

There are still places available for this course,  and also the Mock Employment Tribunal the following day, giving you an opportunity to observe and learn what to expect should you be required to go to a hearing. Book both courses and receive a 20% discount!

Book online here today

 

Latest news

Hot Topics – Traffic Lights Edition

Travlaw’s ongoing “Hot Topics” series continues, this time covering the most notable legal issues affecting the Travel & Leisure industry…

Find out more

Hot Topics – The Roadmap out of Lockdown

Travlaw’s regular webinar series made a return this week, again tackling the most pressing topics affecting the Travel Industry. This…

Find out more

Travlaw’s Big Tent Event 2021

The annual Travlaw Big Tent Event took place on Thursday 28th January – online for the first time. The Travlaw…

Find out more