1st April 2021
For most businesses, working practices have drastically changes over the last year and many senior managers or HR Directors may feel somewhat disconnected from their employees.
Do you know what your employees want? Are there any lockdown practices that should be kept in the new world? And what are you doing to avoid employment litigation and keep your best talent from going elsewhere?
Our Employment Law Team are pleased to partner with Corinthian Benefits to cover a range of topics in this concise, upbeat and useful mid-morning seminar which can be viewed in the comfort of your own home or office.
Businesses have scaled back and now it is more important than ever to attract good people, keep hold of them and make them your biggest business advocates, who are ‘singing your praises’. We discuss topics such as:
Date: Thursday 13 May 2021
Time: 10:30 – 12:00
Location: Via Zoom
Who should attend? This event is ideal for HR professionals of all levels, Managing Directors, Business Owners and anyone who has responsibility for HR or managing teams of people.
There will be an opportunity to comment and interact via the live chat box and a dedicated Q&A session at the end of the event.
To Register: Please email email@example.com or call Hannah on 01256 844888
Further details will be sent along with joining instructions prior to the webinar.
Karen Bristow, Partner Head of Employment Law | Lamb Brooks
Karen will cover some key areas that can help employers to keep hold of their superstars and how you can implement and manage these perks to stay on the right side of employment law.
Hannah Lockyer, Solicitor, Employment Law | Lamb Brooks
Hannah will share some useful statistics and insight into why employees leave and what can help to make them stay – improving your employee turnover and helping you to retain your best talent within the business.
Natasha Newby, Head of Proposition Development | Corinthian Benefits
Natasha will discuss how non-financial incentives and benefits can help to attract and retain your best employees, how they may be more important than ever before and how an attractive benefits programme can help to reduce costs as well.
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