The Hybrid Workforce – Employment Law Aspects


06 September, 2022

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm BST


The Hybrid Workforce – Employment Law Aspects

Location: Virtual

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    1 hour

Join this webinar to hear from Jessica Bass and Lauren McLaughlin, Partners and Employment Law specialists, who will discuss the ongoing trend of hybrid working and the legal and organisational issues it brings. The experts will consider the legal elements and contracts, debate discrimination and “proximity bias” risks and provide tips on the management of mental health and wellbeing in the hybrid working world, and to make hybrid working a success.

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Programme outline

The specialists will look into the ever-growing world of hybrid working to help you, either as an employee or employer, understand the rights, risks and responsibilities associated with the same – covering the legal issues of the new workforce including the employment contract, statutory rights to request flexible working, tax/overseas work and monitoring, alongside the organisational issues such as bias, discrimination, mental health and wellbeing and how to make hybrid working a success.

Learning outcomes:

  • Legal issues relating to hybrid working.
  • Discrimination and bias risks.
  • Mental health and wellbeing issues – how to make hybrid working a success.

Speaker details:

Jessica and Lauren are both partners and specialists in employment law, within the employment team at Curzon Green Solicitors. Lauren is predominantly based at our City office in London and Jessica in High Wycombe. Both are experienced in acting for employers and employees, in a range of contentious and non-contentious matters. These vary from general HR advice and drafting contracts and agreements, to litigating complex multifaceted claims in the Tribunals, High Courts and the Employment Appeal Tribunal, including complaints relating to dismissals, pay disputes and discrimination. They sit on Working Parties for the Employment Lawyers Association to respond to consultations on upcoming changes in legislation.