The HR Exchange is in its 4th year now!

25th April 2017

Brought to you by niche employment law specialists.

Bhayani HR & Employment Law and employee benefits specialists Finch, this network offers you the opportunity to gain valuable advice and information from employment HR professionals in a relaxed round table format as well as a chance to share experiences with your peers in various industry sectors. About Bhayani HR Employment Law Bhayani HR Employment Law specialises in all areas of employment law and HR services and is particularly focused on providing creative legal solutions that not only tells you what the law says but show you how to apply it to get the most favourable outcome, whatever your industry sector or size. The award winning firm is one of the UK's only niche firms offering a one stop service from HR to Employment Law. Our employment experts are exceptionally commercially aware, with a reputation for tackling the most complex of issues as well as offering cost effective packages to assist employers, including Watertight HR & Legal fixed fee plan. About Finch At Finch, we specialise in providing solutions for HR professionals in order for them to design implement and manage their Employee Benefit programmes. We support clients through the review and benchmarking of their existing, or proposed programmes, against peers and competitors in their sector. Our solutions are tailored to be reflective of both budgetary and legislative requirements. We also appreciate the importance of helping our clients to communicate the value of these benefits to their employees. Finch is able to provide help support and strategic advice across the whole spectrum of Employee Benefits. We have particular expertise in company Pensions, Healthcare, Group assurances and Employee Communications. For more information call Robert Smith on 0114 303 3335 or email info@finchib.co.uk Employment Law Update 2017 Get to grips with recent and forthcoming employment law changes. How has Brexit affected us so far? What's new? What change are likely in the future and how will they affect HR? What does the future of employee benefits look like? For more information click here.

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