HR & Employment Webinar

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HR & Employment Webinar

Online, 3rd July 2024, 10.00am - 11.15am

We are delighted to announce a truly topical, fun, and free to attend webinar featuring some excellent, informed, and popular speakers.

Our engaging and entertaining event will take place less than 24 hours before the polling stations open for the 2024 UK General Election and includes expert insights from our specially selected presenters as to what the voting outcome may mean for all those involved in employment, Human Resources (HR), and employee absence management. The event will also include topical updates on a range of other important issues.

Our well-known and engaging speakers include:

  • Entertaining and award-winning HR & Employee Benefits commentator Steve Herbert
  • Employment Law guru Matt Jenkin from major law firm Herrington Carmichael
  • The insights & expertise of Magnus Kauders, MD of Occupational Health Assessment Ltd

Event details:

Date: Wednesday 3rd July 2024
Time: 10:00 to 11:15
Location: Online (via secure Zoom link)
CPD: 1 hour
Cost: FREE!


HR & Employee Benefits: If voting changed anything they would abolish it”

A fast paced, fun, and informative session to start our morning from guest speaker Steve Herbert. Steve will take a sideways look at the national poll and consider what it may mean for employment, HR, and employee benefits provision. Topics covered will include political noise and commitments around employment issues, The Occupational Health Taskforce, possible pension changes, employee financial wellbeing, and absence management.
 (10.05am – 10.25am)

Speaker:  Steve Herbert, Employee Benefits Expert & Presentation Skills Coach

10.25am – 10.30am Delegate voting

Absence Management: Clarity in Occupational Health Assessments”


Getting clear advice from occupational health can sometimes be a frustrating process for employers. Topic expert Magnus Kauders will consider the potential challenges and provide delegates with a toolbox of tips and tricks to transform your occupational health outcomes. A look at whether the result of the General Election will help or hinder this process will also be included. (10.30am – 10.40am)


Speaker:  Magnus Kauders, Managing Director, Occupational
Health Assessment Ltd


Employment Law: A brave new world?”


With the election imminent, Matt Jenkin, Employment partner at Herrington Carmichael, will look at the manifesto promises of the major parties in relation to employment law issues. Matt will also consider ongoing employment law changes including the new positive duty on employers to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace, and the reform of fit notes.  A must attend session for all delegates. (10.40am – 10.55am)


Speaker:  Matt Jenkin, Employment Partner, Herrington Carmichael LLP


10.55am – 11.15am – Delegate voting & Q&A

11.15am Close 


About the panel

Steve Herbert, Benefits & Wellbeing Professional

Steve Herbert is a hugely experienced – and award winning – pensions, employee benefits and wellbeing professional.

Steve is a regular and sought-after speaker at events, with a unique and engaging delivery style that aims to demystify and explain complex issues to his audience.

Magnus Kauders

Magnus Kauders, Managing Director

Magnus leads a team of experts at Occupational Health Assessment Ltd, delivering rapid access to expert medical advice for business.

Beginning his career at the BBC, he then joined Bupa, before beoming Partner & CEO at Blossoms Healthcare LLP, before founding Occupational Health Assessment Ltd in 2020.

Matt Jenkin, Partner

Matt is an experienced employment lawyer who regularly advises employers and senior executives on a broad range of employment law matters.

Matt is passionate about helping employers understand the ever-changing employment law landscape. He often speaks at webinars and seminars and is a regular commentator in the HR press.


The session is aimed at business owners, managers and HR professionals, who may have responsibility for managing people.

No, there is no charge for the session.

If you’d like us to, we’ll be pleased to provide you with an e-certificate of attendance, which you can submit as part of your annual CPD.

Please note, you’ll need to request a certificate from before the event, so we can verify your participation.

Sadly we will not be recording the session, so no video will be available to view afterwards.

No, unless you’d like to ask our experts a question, which we’ll ask you to do via the ‘chat’ function on the video platform.

No, we’ll start the session with microphones off by default and your camera on, although we understand that you may prefer to switch your camera off, which is at your discretion.

Access to the webinar is restricted and although you’re most welcome to share the invitation with a colleague, they’ll need to register (via the website) to gain access to the session.

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