The hugely successful Jelf Employment Seminars are back. Now in their sixth consecutive year, these fun and informative seminars are a ‘must-attend’ event for many HR and finance professionals.
And once again we have a quality range of speakers for our delegates to learn and laugh with.
Our line-up includes:
- The learned Tim Randles will provide his usual amusing and informative insights into the complex world of Employment Law.
- Lee Coles will explain why pension freedoms pose new challenges for UK employers, while also outlining how a review can mitigate their exposure to such issues.
- Jelf’s Steve Herbert will provide his usual topical, pragmatic and original views on the many important changes to the world of employee benefits in 2016 and beyond.
- Award-winning comedian Alfie Moore will round off our event with a fun and informative look at employee crime. As a long-serving police officer he can bring some real insights into the criminal mind – all delivered via his humorous storytelling.
And order will be maintained by our returning seminar chairman, the ever popular Peter Matthews. Our venue is the Edwardian luxury of One Birdcage Walk. The building sits opposite St James’s Park, and a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace.
The venue is centrally located in Westminster, and just a few minutes’ walk from public transport links.
Date: Thursday 12 November 2015
Timings: coffee & registration 09:00; seminar commences 09:45; concludes 12:30
Location: One Birdcage Walk, Westminster, London SW1H 9JJ
Suitable for: senior human resources and finance professionals
CPD: The seminar will qualify for two hours CPD
Cost: Free – all bookings are subject to our usual event terms and conditions (including a late cancellation charge)
So how do I book a place?
If you (and/or an appropriate colleague) would like to attend, please email: email@example.com with the following details for each delegate: full name; job title; company name; telephone number; email address. Please add ‘Birdcage Walk’ to the subject line of your email.