Friday, 11 April 2008

And there's more...

They're back! By popular demand! We're launching a second series of our ground-breaking advice forums in Shrewsbury.

We initially ran interactive HR and Employment Law in Practice (HELP) forums in Telford, and businesses in Shrewsbury were so impressed that they asked for their own programme of events.

Now, after an unprecedented response from local companies, we are launching a second series of seminars in the county town, beginning on Tuesday, April 22, at The Lord Hill Hotel, in Shrewsbury.

The format will be as before, in conjunction with the Royal Bank of Scotland, but the meetings will now take place quarterly.

It really is very rare for events like this to prove so popular with local businesses, and with an average of 40 businesses attending each session, the feedback questionnaires showed an overwhelming demand for more. So now we’re back with a whole new range of topics, many of which have been specifically requested by our delegates.

The aim of the events is to keep employers up-to-date with current law and regulations, and to help them find the answers to tricky employment issues.

The forum, which runs from 8am to 10am, also provides employers and HR professionals with an opportunity to exchange ideas and to discuss trends. At each event, delegates receive a presentation dealing with the latest employment issues together with practical examples, followed by a question and answer session.

For companies who are struggling to find their way through the complicated minefield of Employment Law, and anyone who is finding it difficult to keep up with the ever-changing rules and regulations, these forums are a huge opportunity.

Why not ask us for more details of how to get involved? Places are limited so you'll need to act quickly!