Employment Law Essentials: Recruitment and Beyond 4pm, 12th July 2016 Francis Hotel, Bath

2016-06-07 Jennifer Renney posted:

Feel confident that you are up to date and equipped to recruit permanent or temporary staff?
We will bring you up to speed with the most recent developments in employment law so you can make sure you don't fall foul of employment regulations and discrimination laws.

Our summer seminar aims to get you ready for the challenge, to help you recruit the right people for your business, avoid high staff turnover, and increase staff morale.

Motivational expert Mark Terrell of 1st Class Coaching Solutions will also be joining the seminar to give a presentation on the importance of motivation, how to measure this during the recruitment process using motivational mapping, and how to achieve a happy workforce.

Come and join us in the relaxed atmosphere of the Francis Hotel, and exchange ideas with other like-minded business owners and HR managers.

Date: Tuesday 12th July 2016
Venue: The Francis Hotel, Queen Square, Bath BA1 2HH
Time: Seminar starts at 4.30 pm and finishes at 6 pm
Registration and refreshments: 4 pm - 4.30 pm
Networking and Q & A's: 6 pm onwards
Price: Each delegate £10 plus VAT which includes copies of the slides and templates.

Register now

Speakers:

Jennifer Renney-Butland is a solicitor and specialist employment practitioner with over 25 years’ experience in law. She advises businesses on all aspects of employment law, both non-contentious and disputes, and is a seasoned speaker on employment issues.

Mark Terrell is a motivational expert who will be providing some insightful tips about how to measure motivation in your recruits, and motivate your workforce.

Aimed at business owners and HR managers, we hope you can join us!

For further information contact Jennifer on 01225 632240 or at info@renneyandco.com.

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