The MIA’s Business Support Helpline partner, Croner, are offering free webinars for MIA members that are hosted by some of the most knowledgeable professionals in their respective fields. The themes for December include issues such as managing employee behaviour at Christmas parties, being prepared for an influx of leave requests, using temp workers, inappropriate content on social media and more…
These useful webinars will cover everything from HR and health & safety basics, right through to specialised training sessions including relevant legislation and key case law.
Take a look at this list of helpful Webinars that Croner are hosting throughout December.
They are completely free for MIA members. You’ll need a scheme/client number when registering. If you don’t have this already, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employee, Worker or Self-Employed
- The differences between employee/worker or truly self employed
- What the defining factors are when looking at the status of individuals
- Understanding the changes to Zero Hour Contracts
Wednesday 4th December: 10am-11am
Thursday 5th December: 10am-11am
Managing staff over Christmas: what do you need to know?
Christmas is just around the corner, learn how to simplify the toughest HR challenges during the Christmas period.
Join employment law expert, Amanda Chadwick, for advice on:
- Managing employee behaviour at Christmas parties.
- Being prepared for an influx of annual leave requests.
- The best methods for using temp workers over Christmas.
- What to do when employees post inappropriate content on social media.
Shared Parental Leave
- Government awareness campaign
- Entitlement to Shared Parental Leave
- Shared Parental Pay
Wednesday 11th December: 10am-11am
Thursday 12th December: 10am-11am
- Issues to consider during the winter months: Lighting
- Wet and decaying leaves
- Rain water, Ice, frost, Snow, Gritting
Wednesday 20th September: 10am-11am
Remember, as part of your membership with the MIA you can speak to a Croner expert for help with any of the above issues and get free in-depth, tailored advice. Email email@example.com or call 01403 800500 for the exclusive Business Support Helpline scheme number.