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For employers who need help to support staff with mental or physical health conditions, there are a number of events running across the region.

Employment Status seminar

Date:                     Thursday 6 February 2020

Time:                    11:30am - 2pm

Venue:                 Digital Media Centre, Barnsley

Overview:           This seminar is for HR Professionals, Directors and Managers within businesses who have direct responsibility for managing employees. This event is free to businesses and limited to two places per company

Enterprising Barnsley, in partnership with Bhayani HR & Employment Law and Harris & Co, is running a business seminar on employment status. Lindsey Gaimster from Bhayani HR & Employment Law and Nicola Hawden of Harris & Co will bring this difficult topic to life and guide you through the new changes. Determining the correct employment status is already a tricky area for many employers to navigate, more changes are to be introduced in April 2020. Learn more about the different types of working relationships and what your obligations are towards all those you engage to work within your business.

This event will cover:

•What constitutes a “worker.”

•Practical case studies and a look at recent headline hitting caselaw.

•IR35 new rules from 5th April 2020.

•How to determine the status of off-payroll workers

 

Hosted by Judy Sidebottom, HR Business Consultant at Enterprising Barnsley.

11.30 - Arrival & registration

12:00 - Seated for presentation

13.00 – Networking Buffet lunch

14.00 – Delegates depart

Register for your ticket here. 

 

Supporting Musculoskeletal Health in the Workplace

Date:                     18th February 2020

Time:                    09:30am- 12:00 noon

Venue:                 Civic Office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU

Overview:           This workshop is aimed at HR colleagues, managers, team leaders, supervisors and health champions.

The workshop will be delivered by Strength For Life, who are a team of expert Physiotherapists and Strength & Conditioning coaches who aim to improve people's health through evidence-based strength training. They have worked with businesses throughout the UK to improve the health and wellbeing of workforces and create positive health environments.

The session will cover:

  • Changing workforce demographics and the ageing population
  • Strength through a person's lifespan
  • MSK conditions and workplace health
  • Practical: Have a go at strength training         

Book your ticket here.

 

Apprenticeships: be inspired

Date: 4th March 2020

Time: 12.30pm – 4pm

Venue: Cutler’s Hall, Sheffield, S1 1HG

Overview: The event is for local employers who will have apprenticeship vacancies in summer 2020. The event is not open to training providers. 

Apprenticeships : Be Inspired is valued by local employers as a great opportunity to meet high quality candidates before they select their Post 16 or Post 18 pathway. Year 11-13 students will be travelling from across the SCR (Sheffield, Chesterfield, North East Derbyshire, Bolsover, Barnsley and Rotherham) to meet with businesses who are seeking to recruit talent at the end of this academic year.

This is a unique opportunity for employers to meet school and sixth form leavers who want to take their first steps on to the career ladder via an apprenticeship. The 2019 Apprenticeships : Be Inspired event, was attended by more than 900 students from 40 secondary schools and sixth forms and more than 80 employers.

For further information and to book your stand, please apprenticeshipready@sheffield.gov.uk.

 

Let’s Talk About Menopause

Date: 24th March 2020

Time: 10am – 12 noon

Venue: AESSEAL New York Stadium, New York Way, Rotherham, S60 1FJ

Overview: Whilst some women sail through menopause, 3 out of 4 experience symptoms and as many as 1 in 4 have serious symptoms. However, around half have never consulted a healthcare professional about their menopause. Research also shows that the majority of women are unwilling to discuss menopause related health problems with their line managers, or ask for any support they may need.

How is your organisation currently supporting menopausal women at work? How confident do your line managers feel talking about menopause? Would you know how to support your employees? In this session we’ll cover why we’re talking about menopause, what menopause is, it’s symptoms and how to provide the right support. We’ll also include a information to help you understand what you can do in your own organisation.

Book your ticket on Eventbrite.

 

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