Seminar to focus on key issues
AS THE accredited chamber for Hertfordshire, we are constantly working with the British Chambers of Commerce to offer quality seminars. Our latest seminar is led by the Department of Business Enterprise & Regulatory Reform and is designed to inform busin
AS THE accredited chamber for Hertfordshire, we are constantly working with the British Chambers of Commerce to offer quality seminars.
Our latest seminar is led by the Department of Business Enterprise & Regulatory Reform and is designed to inform businesses of the free online guidance and tools that the Employment Law Guidance Programme has developed to help employers meet their employment law obligations, and about the changes to the way in which disputes between employers and employees are handled which will come into effect on April 6 this year.
The seminar will focus on the following key themes:
l How to reduce your paperwork and save time and money meeting your employment law obligations.
l How you can use Government guidance including legally compliant online tools covering written statements and contracts as well as flexible working, the national minimum wage and redundancy.
l The new, simpler and more flexible system for handling workplace discipline, dismissal and grievance issues in the workplace.
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There will also be an invaluable question and answer and networking session, which will allow you to ask questions and engage with other businesses and further enhance your understanding of the programme.
I would encourage as many people as possible to attend this event to ensure that they are fully up to speed on current legislation.
This seminar is being held on June 17 at The Riding School, Hatfield House, and is free.
To book your place at this event visit our website www.hertschamber.com