Training and events

We offer bespoke training for our clients on a range of matters including appropriate behaviour in the workplace, discrimination training, performance management training and how to run a redundancy process – amongst many other topics. If there is a particular topic that you had in mind, our team would be delighted to help and provide tailored training accordingly.

For an example of the way the team tackle these types of matters please see our webcast on Redundancy delivered by Paul Reeves and Natalie Edwards.

Recent events

March 2022

Stephenson Harwood recently hosted its annual employment law webinar on a range of topical issues including workplace behaviour and investigations; data subject access requests; competition law issues for HR; and hot topics and horizon scanning. The webinar was chaired by Anne Pritam, and the panel line-up included Richard Freedman, Katie Hewson, Marta Garcia, Serena Foulkes and Imogen Heywood.

Please click below to view the webinar.

Video time stamps:                   

  • 3:40 - Workplace behaviour and investigations
  • 26:16 - Data subject access requests: Changes ahead?
  • 44:06 - Competition law issues for HR: What do you need to know?
  • 01:05:17 - Hot topics and horizon scanning
  • 01:26:38 - Q&A

September 2021

In September 2021, at the recent Stephenson Harwood Connect HR roundtable, employment associate Natalie Edwards led a discussion looking at the key themes arising from the government's response to the consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace. Importantly, she provided practical advice about the proactive steps employers should be taking in this respect.

March 2021

In March 2021 the Stephenson Harwood Employment Team hosted an employment law webinar on a range of topical issues in employment law including:

  • Covid-19 vaccinations
  • IR35 off-payroll rules
  • Managing Data Subject Access Requests
  • Immigration 
  • Round-up of key cases and developments.

The session had over 100 attendees and included attendees from across the globe. The webinar was chaired by Paul Reeves, and the panel line-up included Richard, Katie Hewson, Kate Higgins, Laura Anderson and Kimia Sepahazad.