A new government always entails a period of uncertainty and as the Conservative Party settles into Parliament, find out what this will mean for employee benefits in your organisation.
Employee Benefits magazine is holding a half-day post-election special event for HR and benefits professionals which will cover everything employers need to know now about the impact of the election and the new government’s policies on benefits.
Following the appointment of Ros Altmann as pensions minister, what does the future hold for pensions?
The event will answer all the pertinent questions around this, as well as impart knowledge of the range of actions employers may need to take to ensure compliance with pending government reform.
It will also answer questions on the potential shifts in the duty of care around employee healthcare and wellbeing and potential freezes to tax and national insurance to 2018, which makes this is a must-attend event.
It will take place at on Monday 15 June at 30 Euston Square.
The event will feature a series of high-level panel discussions led by recognised industry-experts and bodies on all key policy areas including pensions, healthcare and pay.
Tickets are priced at £295, although delegates who book before 22 May can save up to £50 per head.
Employee Benefits Awards 2015 ticket holders can attend the event for just £195.