Helping Employers Navigate Post-Pandemic Working Practices

A webinar aimed at providing valuable insights on employment law and HR issues for employers to consider as we emerge from lockdown measures and start to return to a new norm.

10:30 - 11:30

Helping Employers Navigate Post-Pandemic Working Practices


As we emerge from lockdown measures and start to return to a new norm, there are a number of employment law and HR issues for employers to consider.  This webinar will provide valuable insight from Irwin Mitchell’s employment law specialists on the key topics you need to think about now, including: 

  • HR in an agile world- how this impacts wellbeing and performance 
  • Legal developments on workforce status and IR35
  • Diversity and inclusion in the workplace

You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions during the webinar too. 


Click here to register for this event.


AIA Event Speaker Helen Dyke

Helen Dyke

Helen is experienced in all areas of employment law and has a particular focus on Employment Tribunal litigation, having defended a wide range of employers in claims involving unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, breach of contract and discrimination. She also provides strategic HR advice to clients and regularly advises on areas such as redundancy and restructuring programmes and executive severance issues. Helen works with clients to develop programmes of preventative action, which includes drafting bespoke employment documentation and providing in-house training.

AIA Event Speaker Hannah Clifford

Hannah Clifford

Hannah provides commercial and pragmatic advice to clients on a wide range of HR issues, including reorganisations, disciplinary proceedings and dismissals. She also regularly reviews and drafts employment contracts, policies and procedures for clients. Hannah has successfully represented clients in relation to a range of claims including discrimination, unfair dismissal and whistleblowing. She also has experience in negotiating exits and settlement agreements for senior executives.