Auto-Enrolment – Getting it Right…

We have teamed up with Cullen Wealth, the North West’s top independent financial advisors and Gorvins, Stockport’s largest solicitors to hold a breakfast seminar next Thursday 25th June on: Auto Enrolment – getting it right & an employment regulations update which is the first in a series of topics to provide support for local businesses over the next year.

Karen Robinson, Cullen Wealth’s expert in Auto Enrolment, will cover:

  • What AE means for you
  • The costs
  • Solving the admin burden
  • Communicating with your workforce
  • Outsourcing the risk to avoid fines

Gorvin’s presentation on Employment Regulations will look at

  • Shared parental leave
  • Flexible working requests
  • Overtime & holiday pay issues

There are only a few places left, so if you would like to attend please let us know as soon as possible by emailing eileen@in-accountancy.co.uk or give us a call on 0161 456 9666 for more information.

If you can’t attend, but are concerned about complying with this regulation, or would like to speak with someone regarding your business’ position then please let us know and we will be happy to help.

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