HR Hub: Changing Terms and Conditions - Oxford, 27 April 2017

Royds Withy King and Allen Associates invite you to April’s HR Hub, which looks at topical issues for HR professionals.

It is rare that the terms and conditions on which an employee is recruited will remain appropriate for the full duration of their employment. Job roles change, pay and benefits improve and business needs alter. Changes which are favourable to employees, such as pay rises, are easily introduced, but what about changes that employees are not happy about? What are your options for implementing these changes?

During this practical session we will look at:

•  the options for introducing change
•  practical tips for getting employees on board
•  the process to follow
•  how to deal with changes which affect large groups of employees
•  the risks and the options available to employees
•  how to deal with the added complexities where changes link to redundancies or TUPE.

As always, the session will be an opportunity to discuss the legal and practical issues in relation to the above and will give you an opportunity to share ideas with your peers.

Your speakers

Malcolm Gregory, Partner, Royds Withy King
Malcolm provides clients with practical commercial advice in his specialist area of employment law and is a keen Tribunal Advocate. He frequently delivers seminars and training sessions to clients, HR professionals and businesses on a wide range of

Kate Benefer, Senior Associate, Royds Withy King
Kate is experienced in advising both individuals and employers and has worked with clients of all shapes and sizes. She advises on all aspects of employment law including disciplinary, grievances and sickness management, redundancy and restructures, discrimination and Tribunal claims.

Event details

Date & timings
Thursday 27 April 2017
12:00 pm – arrive for lunch
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm – informal, open forum led by Royds Withy King
2:00 pm – close

Quod Restaurant & Bar
92-94 High Street
Oxford OX1 4BJ

To book your place at this free event please contact

01865 657 030