Sheffield HR Network

7th January 2016

The first topic for 2016 is - -Money, money, moneyan update on all things financial, including tricky points relating to the £30k -tax free termination allowance (with an update on the Government's latest proposals), maternity pay, bonuses, National Minimum Wage, equal pay and salary sacrifice.

The session will start at 4pm with refreshments. We will then have a presentation from a member of our experienced Employment Law team. This will be followed with a Q & A and an opportunity for you to discuss any issues you may be having in the workplace with other likeminded professionals. We aim to finish at approximately 6pm. The cost The seminar is free to attend for all HR professionals. Contact details Please contact Danielle Sunley to book your place on 0113 280 2218 or by email danielle.sunley@lf-dt.com.  

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