Date(s) - March 05,2024
9:45 am - 1:00 pm


Edgar Hall, Somerton, TA11 6SB



TA11 6SB

About The Event

In-person employment law seminar with the specialist employment solicitors in RWK Goodman’s Health & Social Care team.


What can you expect?

The seminar will cover upcoming changes in HR and employment law in 2024 including:

  1. Changes to holiday entitlement and pay calculations for bank and casual workers
  2. New worker rights to request predictable working hours, flexible working and carer’s leave.
  3. Changes to family leave rights including statutory paternity and maternity leave
  4. New duty to take reasonable steps to prevent sexual harassment
  5. HMRC targets care sector for National Minimum Wage – are you compliant?
  6. A new workforce strategy for social care

RWK Goodman will be discussing the practical impact of these changes and how your organisation can prepare for them.

There will also be an opportunity for you to ask questions, share experiences and network with your peers.


Who should attend?

HR professionals, directors, business owners, executives, managers and anyone with responsibility for HR in their care organisation.



09.45am        Arrive for registration, refreshments and networking

10.15am        Part 1 and Q&A

11.15am        Tea and coffee break

11.30am        Part 2 and Q&A

12.30pm        Networking


Event details

Date             Tuesday 5th March 2024

Venue           Edgar Hall, Somerton, TA11 6SB

Parking         Free onsite parking

Time             As above

Cost             £10 for RCPA members, £20 for non-RCPA members. (Should you wish to benefit from discounted event rates please contact RCPA to enquire about membership. We are currently offering 10% off your first year of membership.)


To register for this event please email with delegate names, organisation name and email address for invoice.

The Health and Social Care Team at RWK Goodman is a recognised market leader, with in-depth knowledge and experience in the social care sector. They advise all types of care organisations including nursing and residential homes, hospices, supported living services, homecare agencies, recruitment agencies and hospitals. Advice includes HR and employment law, business immigration and sponsor licence applications, safeguarding, debt recovery, data protection, CQC, service user contracts, litigation and inquests.