Thursday, 27 May 2021

Thursday, 27 May 2021
1 p.m. – 2 p.m. BST

Online Webinar – Simmons & Simmons and UKG

Online Webinar – Simmons & Simmons and UKG

Post-Brexit Labour Laws and Global Workforce Management

Labour compliance is a challenge for most organisations. Evolving legislation and regional variations can expose businesses to higher administrative costs and increased risks of fines and penalties. A lack of clarity can also slow the rollout and adoption of new business transformation initiatives.

In this webinar series, associated experts in their field will discuss several of the most common and demanding labour compliance related topics. In this webinar, we will discuss:

Post-Brexit UK Labour Laws

  • Following our separation from the European Union, what could new UK Case Law mean for businesses
  • Preparing for the imminent arrival of new laws, including the new Whistleblower Protection Directive

Successfully deploying workforce management solutions, globally

  • Understanding regional differences and compliance requirements
  • Building a global template that accommodates regional configurations
  • Strategies for rollout and adoption

Register today for Post-Brexit Labour Laws and Global Workforce Management, May 27, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. BST.


Audrey Williams, Simmons and Simmons
With extensive experience as a partner in an international law firm, Audrey has worked with many large organisations and household names. Audrey advises on sensitive HR issues, contentious matters, restructures and executive terms and terminations.

Claire Hawkins, VP of EMEA Professional Services, UKG
In addition to leading the professional services team in EMEA and driving successful customer deployments across Europe and globally, Claire is also a director of The Workforce Institute at UKG, sharing her experiences with the wider community.

Neil Pickering, Industry and Customer Insight Manager, UKG
A 20+ year veteran of the software technology sector, Neil has a deep understanding of performance improvements delivered through workforce digital transformation.