The final period of consultation on the regulations for the Agency Workers Directive has ended and with few changes then likely to be made, even if a Conservative government comes into power, shrewd employers are already considering the impact that the Agency Workers Directive will have on their employment practices. If agency and temporary workers are given equal rights, what will be the impact on your holiday, sickness, maternity and absence policies – to name but a few? Will you still be able to use agency workers to increase flexibility or will they now become a burden?
It is well worth making an early assessment of your likely staffing needs and plan now to guarantee a future of trouble-free recruitment.
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The “Managing a Temporary Workforce 2010″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair
Tom Hadley, Director of External Relations
The Status and Rights of Temporary Workers
David Major Solicitor
Practical Steps to Introduce a Master Vendor Contract
Debbie Dady, Head of Temporary Agency Workers
Tax and Compliance; Making the Right Decisions when it comes to Temporary Labour
John Chaplin, Director, Employment Taxes
The Impact of the Agency Workers Directive
Karen Clements, EU Affairs Consultant
Managing a Bank of Casual Staff
Peter Jackson, Assistant Director – HR
Practical Tips for Working with a Procurement Company
Janet Webb, Personnel Manager
Employing Temporary Workers from Outside the UK
Linda Rowe Solicitor