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ICS Forum webinar series: Workforce issues for ICSs - 3 weeks on from establishment

21 July 2022

We are pleased to invite you to watch our latest series of ICS Forum webinars.

This on-demand webinar is presented by Jacqui Atkinson and Bridget Prosser. What HR issues are on your to-do list and what are the employment law ramifications?

  • Are you grappling with notice issues for executive directors and PILON considerations?
  • What is Suitable Alternative Employment and implications for redundancy payments?
  • Engagement and Consultation: “the organisational design piece” for staff below executive level.
  • Ensuring robust ED&I compliance.

We have aimed to answer lots of questions in this on-demand webinar, however, if any of your questions have not been answered or you require further detail - please do not hesitate to use the contact details on the webinar console to get in touch with our experts.

ICS Forum webinar series: Workforce issues for ICSs

Our speakers

Jacqui Atkinson

Jacqui Atkinson

Head of Employment Healthcare

Jacqui joined us as our national Head of Employment Healthcare in June 2018. She joined the firm having previously spent 10 years establishing and heading up the Capsticks employment team in Birmingham and wanted to move to a practice which would be ready to meet the changing demands of the NHS as it continues to transform itself into system working and integrated healthcare systems.
Jacqui has over 20 years’ experience in advising Trust Boards and senior NHS managers on employment issues in the health and care sector. In the last year Jacqui has provided thought leadership on many key workforce issues arising out of Covid-19 and has helped to support healthcare clients to support them as the system transformed to become flexible and agile to meet the demands of Covid 19. This has included supporting CCGs and NHS Trusts in sharing the workforce across the NHS and from the private sector. From a very early stage Jacqui was instrumental in setting up a Covid-19 information hub for clients and delivering webinars nationally on key issues to support the sector with one of the most challenging periods in the history of the NHS.
The expending employment healthcare practice now comprises a client base which ranges from CCGs, Provider organisations, care homes, dental and GP practices and independent healthcare hospitals. This enables us to provide employment expertise, policy advice and thought leadership which reflects our thorough understanding of the healthcare system as a whole.
Jacqui has built up a strong reputation for her strategic advice, tactics and expertise in advising Trusts on a whole range of employment issues. She is known within the region as the go to lawyer for managing Doctors performance, conduct and capability issues.

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Bridget Prosser

Bridget Prosser

Partner

Bridget is an Employment Partner with 20 years’ experience in all aspects of employment law.

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