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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Effectively Negotiating with Trade Unions Interactive Workshop London December Date Tuesday 09 December 2014 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Click here for full programme PDF It is essential more than ever that employers have an effective working relationship with their trade unions However sometimes opposing views rigid legal processes and limited timescales mean agreements between organisations and unions can be hard to reach Ensuring your organisation is able to effectively carry out constructive and ultimately successful negotiations with your Trade Union is vital BFI s Effectively Negotiating with Trade Unions Interactive Workshop is a practical hands on training day which will enable delegates to test out negotiation strategy improve legal awareness gain insight into the processes behind negotiation become better equipped to deal with strongly held views and achieve favourable negotiation outcomes and ultimately better relations with your Trade Union Highlights Real life case studies Negotiation skills exercise Feedback from top negotiation experts What legal issues must you be aware of during a negotiation Dealing with attitudes behaviour perceptions

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=255&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    December 2014 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Click Here for full programme PDF 0900 Registration Coffee 0930 AIMS OBJECTIVES OF THE DAY Peter Cooke Consultant Michael Simkins 0945 THE ACAS VIEW APPROACHES TO NEGOTIATION Understanding expectations the difference between communication consultation negotiation How can union policies processes impact your negotiation local vs national policies dealing with different levels of union representation Why do talks break down Encouraging and communicating directness transparency failure to share information use of specific terms How to approach negotiations attitudes pre conceptions building better relationships with trade unions prior to negotiation consultation 15 minute interactive Q A with Acas Simon Long Senior Adviser Conciliator ACAS 1045 Coffee Break 1100 WHAT LEGAL ISSUES AFFECT A NEGOTIATION The difference between recognition collective and national agreements The legal framework how a collective agreement works ie Incorporation the formalities required to make a collective agreement How collective bargaining works in practice Dealing with disputes internal and external dispute resolution Are your employees and representatives prepared for negotiation what legal contextual awareness should be in place Recent case law what lessons can be learnt 15 minute interactive legal Q A Tom Kerr Williams Partner DLA Piper 1215 Lunch 1315 MASTERCLASS I PRINCIPLES OF NEGOTIATION Perceptions TU strengths weaknesses Strategic planning Core Business Objectives Identifying the actual issue from the noise How to prepare for a negotiation using principles 15 questions their multiple uses including o Dealing with confrontation o Moving away from point scoring to constructive dialogue and building shared outcomes o Supporting representatives facing issues with members o Effectively managing media communications issues Strategy Implementation How do you use models to aid negotiation o A detailed insight How does the negotiation process work o How can this be practically applied in the workplace o Option based

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=255&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    a Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague 8th Working Effectively with Trade Unions Conference Date Wednesday 28 January 2015 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Click here for the full PDF brochure High profile strikes and industrial action has been at the forefront of employee relations headlines over the past year Breakdowns in public and private sector relationships with unions increasingly result in industrial action irreparable reputational damage enormous financial losses costly tribunals loss of talent and huge drops in productivity The pressure is on organisations to deliver better results in a more challenging marketplace and securing the support of your unionised staff is key to achieving this Developing a strong and effective relationship with your trade unions is a top priority for employers in order to meet business objectives significantly increase productivity manage change smoothly and effectively and retain talent The 8th Working Effectively with Trade Unions Conference aims to explore the legal practical and strategic aspects of working successfully with Trade Unions to help you build improve and maintain effective working relationships with unions

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=260&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    WORK WITH EMPLOYERS AND TRADE UNIONS Lessons learnt from cases in 2013 How can organisations be better prepared How can wage negotiations be managed more effectively Identifying the common causes of dispute How to improve your relationship with your trade union The talk will cover the importance of ensuring the relationship between employers and union is effective It will examine common areas of deadlock in negotiations and how ACAS can help break the deadlock Simon Long Senior Advisor Conciliator ACAS 1100 Coffee Break 1115 THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT UPDATE ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND CASES Collective redundancy reforms Industrial action Human rights and the right to strike where do we stand Union recognition and the statutory regime Dealing with disputes What constitutes reasonable time off case law examples Agreements what must companies have in place Guy Lamb Partner DLA Piper 1200 Case Study ACHIEVING GENUINE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT Our consultation model how do we engage with unions Managing positive relationships with all of your employees How can you benefit from union involvement in TUPE transfers Managing a large scale consultation exercise across your unionised and non unionised workforce Mick Dillon Senior HR Manager Capgemini 1245 Lunch 1345 HOW DO POSITIVE PARTNERSHIPS WORK A LEARNING DEVELOPMENT APPROACH This innovative presentation will draw on a range of public private sector case studies including NHS Rolls Royce and academic institutions and a wealth of experience with Trade Unions including UNISON Unite and USDAW The learning agenda what are the results How can positive outcomes be achieved How can we best support business change organisational development Practical steps to achieving change with union engagement Supporting Corporate Social Responsibility and community engagement Kevin Pascoe Employer Engagement Development Manager The Open University in Wales 1430 Joint Trade Union Practitioner Case Study OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES TO WORKING WITH UNIONS Building

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=260&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Effective Trade Union Negotiations Employee Vetting Screening Document Verification Right to Work Checks Effective Employee Investigations and Non UK Employee Visa Policy and Compliance Home About Events Training FAQs Contact Book a Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague 8th Working Effectively with Trade Unions Conference Date Wednesday 28 January

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_speakers.asp?eventid=260&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    Employee Vetting Screening Document Verification Right to Work Checks Effective Employee Investigations and Non UK Employee Visa Policy and Compliance Home About Events Training FAQs Contact Book a Place Sign up now for event alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Parental Leave Flexible Working Workshop Legal Policy Guidance for Employers Date Thursday 29 January 2015 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Click here for the Full Programme PDF The work life balance is changing and legislation is beginning to reflect that Parents and non parents now have the right to request flexible working and both parents are now entitled to share parental leave While these changes may be hailed as progressive it can prove a legal minefield for HR professionals attempting to administer these policies in a practical working environment The Parental Leave and Flexible Working Workshop offers HR practitioners the opportunity to hear direct advice from top legal professionals to ensure that all policies and procedures relating to this area are completely up to date and legally watertight With built in Q A sessions best practice advice from specialists and in

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail.asp?eventid=263&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Parental Leave Flexible Working Workshop Legal Policy Guidance for Employers Date Thursday 29 January 2015 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Click here for the Full Programme PDF 0900 Registration Coffee 0930 AIMS OBJECTIVES OF THE DAY Delegates will have the opportunity to put forward their specific requirements to ensure the day is tailored to their needs 0945 Vital Legal Briefing FAMILY LEAVE RIGHTS MEETING YOUR LEGAL REQUIREMENTS AND PREPARING FOR SHARED PARENTAL LEAVE Pregnancy and maternity leave five key issues o Antenatal care and health and safety risk assessments o Pay and benefits during leave including pay rises and bonuses o Holidays o Sickness absences before and after maternity leave o Redundancy and dismissals during maternity leave How to avoid discrimination claims maternity and pregnancy Facilitating a smooth transition back to work maintaining reasonable contact Key issues for paternity leave pay and rights Adoption what must you be aware of Where IVF and surrogacy fit in the legal framework Shared Parental leave and pay from April 2015 need to know changes What are the eligibility and notification requirements Evidence of entitlement dealing with and making requests for information from other employers Pay and benefits during shared parental leave Enhanced shared parental pay the legal risks Jo Broadbent Of Counsel Hogan Lovells 1115 Coffee Break 1130 BEST PRACTICE DEVELOPING A FAMILY FRIENDLY EMPLOYMENT POLICY Developing an effective family leave policy Returning to work overcoming the main pitfalls to a smooth transition Shared parental leave in practice The advantages of enhanced benefits maternity paternity shared parental leave Communicating with your employees model notice requirements examples Practically dealing with flexible working requests Minimising the operational impact to your

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_programme.asp?eventid=263&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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  • Events : BFI (Business Forums International)
    alerts News Sponsors Endorsers Exhibitors HR Events Immigration Vetting and Screening In house Training Event summary Programme Speakers Email a colleague Parental Leave Flexible Working Workshop Legal Policy Guidance for Employers Date Thursday 29 January 2015 Venue London Danubius Hotel Regents Park London NW8 7JT Speakers Pamela Hutchinson Pamela is cited as one of the most recognised thought leaders and vocal advocates for diversity across the private sector and has 20 years experience in managing diversity within engineering and financial services After graduating in law she began her career at Bechtel Ltd as an employment law and diversity specialist where as a pioneer she successfully built the business case for diversity In 1999 as one of the first diversity practitioners to the City she joined Goldman Sachs as the Head of Diversity for Europe Middle East and Africa EMEA where she firmly established diversity as an imperative for financial institutions Pamela joined Barclays Capital in 2001 as Director of Diversity for EMEA where she was responsible for developing and executing the diversity strategy across the region with oversight for Asia Pacific APAC In November 2003 Pamela moved across to Deutsche Bank initially as a consultant and in January 2004 she joined permanently as a Director heading up Diversity for the UK responsible for translating the global strategy into local pragmatic business specific activities In February 2011 after taking a career break Pamela joined Northern Trust initially as Head of Diversity for EMEA and in 2013 assumed the role of Chief Diversity Officer for EMEA APAC where she has responsibility for developing and delivering the strategic agenda for diversity inclusion D I across the region whilst integrating it into people processes and business practices Pamela is an expert advisor on the D I board for the Department for Energy and Climate

    Original URL path: http://www.bfi.co.uk/event-detail_speakers.asp?eventid=263&typeid= (2016-04-25)
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