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Come To Our Employment Law, Pensions & Benefits Event January 22, 2009

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Events.
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tigerWednesday 25th February 2009 – 8.30 to 11.00am

“We’re running a seminar on pensions and employment law”, says the boss, “Write something up and make it sound exciting,” she says…

So, without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, let me introduce the death-defying, wing-walking, lion-taming event that is…

‘Employment Law, Employee Benefits & Pension Schemes (Including Impact Of Personal Accounts)

Cost – FREE

Registration 8.30am

Coffee and breakfast

9.00am Speaker 1 –  Martin Hinchliffe from Qdos

Employment Law Update & Top Tips On Weathering The Recession

A robust and practical approach to Employment Law, reviewing some of the more significant changes of 2009. This session will also include some top Employment Law tips to help your business survive the recession.

9.30 Questions

9.45am Break Coffee

10.00am Speaker 2 –  Steve Herbert, Head of Benefits Strategy, Origen

Benefits And Your Business

Steve will guide delegates through the recent changes to maternity rules (& the resultant impact on company supported benefits), and also take a detailed look at the significant impact of Personal Accounts legislation on business in the UK.

10.30am Questions

11.00am finish

So, whilst pensions and benefits may not exactly be the first 20 minutes of Empire Strikes Back, they can certainly help you, your business and your staff see through these testing times. Can you afford not to come?

Email our events team to book your free place.  Please include your company name and address, plus the names of attending delegates, in your email.

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