EU Transition: Employment law changes you need to be aware of

14 Dec 2020

FREE webinar: 14 December, 12:00 – 1:00pm

In partnership with Thrive Law, this webinar will explore the employment law changes coming into force from 1 January 2021 and what you need to do to prepare.

With Covid-19 still a present threat to many businesses, you may have put the EU Transition to the back of your mind, especially with trade talks ongoing and much remaining unknown. However, there is a lot you can be doing now to prepare.

In this free webinar, law specialists Thrive Law will cover:

  • what the changes are to employment law from January
  • what employers need to do
  • other factors that employers should consider


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Jodie Hill

Jodie trained as a barrister, cross-qualified as a solicitor and founded Thrive Law, headquartered in Leeds City Centre. Jodie has specialised in employment law throughout her career and has a keen understanding of this complex legal sector, together with all HR related issues.  

Jodie also has a passion for helping to encourage understanding around mental health and has a strong desire to help end stigma surrounding the subject, and create a happier, healthier workforce. This passion can be seen in her campaign – #OneMind – which aims to bring mental health to the top of the business agendas. Her campaign has been featured by Sky News, the BBC, The Times, The Law Society Gazette, Yorkshire Post and other key media. Jodie’s campaigning recently led to her being shortlisted for several Law Society Excellence awards and she was awarded a fellowship of the Royal Society for Public Health.

Thrive Law have won two prestigious awards in 2019 for social mobility, and diversity and inclusion. They were also featured by the SRA in their disability leadership campaign and by the law society in their managing mental health in the workplace guidance for their culture. Thrive are now an EDI mentor for the SRA with smaller firms.

In 2019, Jodie also founded Thrive Women – part of her ongoing mission to enable people to ‘Thrive’ in the workplace – and is disrupting the world of Employment Law as a female entrepreneur with her own firm before the age of 30.   

Jodie was recently appointed to the Law Society’s Employment Law Committee in 2020 where she will be at the forefront of the changes post Brexit and COVID related.

Jodie is also frequently asked to comment in national media (TV, radio, print and online) on a range of employment law, mental health and diversity issues.