San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Employment Law; understanding the basics
December 6 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Ensuring you understand the basics of employment law is crucial; making mistakes at the start can be costly later down the line. Here we guide you through the key issues that you need to be aware of as an employer, giving you peace of mind to concentrate on growing your company.
Who should attend this workshop?
This workshop is aimed at those who are thinking of taking on their first employee or those who need an update on what duties an employer has.
What the participants will learn?
We will help you determine what type of contract to offer new staff be it employment, worker or consultancy, your legal and statutory duties for each of these categories and give a brief overview of pension auto enrolment.
SME Eligibility: All new SMEs need to be based in the London Enterprise Panel area in order to be eligible for support. On sign up to the project an SME should complete a registration form by http://elbp.co.uk/building-legacies-programme
If you are already registered with Building Legacies project just go ahead and book your place.
Places are limited and allocated on a first come first serve basis so book your place today!
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Building Legacies is a fully funded enterprise growth and procurement support programme which provides tailored solutions for London-based SMMEs seeking a competitive business advantage.
The programme, a partnership of private and public sector organisations, is a flagship local business growth and procurement support project of the East London Business Place (ELBP) Canary Wharf Group and Newham College of Further Education’s Centre for Innovation & Partnerships (CIPs).
Part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the purpose of this initiative is to deliver a sustained support programme tackling gaps in SMEs’ growth, innovation, contract-readiness and knowledge of procurement and supply-chain requirements over a three year programme from 2016 to 2019.