Jelf Employee Benefits Announces ‘Life Goes On’ Seminar

Jelf Employee Benefits continues to drive forward its seminar programme with the latest in the series: ‘Life Goes On’. This is the seventh event since Herbert joined Jelf Employee Benefits and focuses on some particularly challenging topics that face HR professionals of today, including how to cope with an employee addicted to drugs or alcohol.  Speakers will also discuss employment law, including how to stay one step ahead in employment disputes; the current changes to employee benefits legislation will also be covered.

The seminar takes place at The Natural History Museum, London on Friday 4 February 2011 from 0900-1200. The event is free to delegates and qualifies for two hours CPD.  Places are restricted to two delegates per organisation.

In similar style to previous seminars, Life Goes On will feature several established speakers who represent acknowledged expertise in their subject areas.  These include:



  • Edmund Tirbutt bestselling author of ‘Beat the Booze’ who will speak about Employee Wellbeing in ‘Addiction of the species’. He will help delegates spot the signs of addiction to drugs or alcohol and provide some plain-speaking guidance and actions.

  • Tim Randles from Laytons Solicitors will cover the subject of Employment Law in ‘Evolution’. This session will focus on how delegates can evolve their roles to both deliver a stronger contribution in this area and isolate the pressure points in employment disputes.

  • Steve Herbert, Jelf Employee Benefits, will discuss the huge raft of changes in employee benefits under the umbrella of ‘Natural Selection:  Adapt to survive.’ Steve will guide the delegates through the complex subjects of NEST, Childcare Vouchers, Higher Rate Tax Relief, Bikes for Work and Healthcare, imparting knowledge about how to be prepared.

Steve Herbert, Head of Benefits, Jelf Employee Benefits said: “Keeping one eye on the now and one on the future is a prerequisite for any HR professional, but we aim to make the lives of our delegates a little easier by doing some of the hard work for them.”

For more information on Jelf Employee Benefits’ seminars programme, please contact: steve.herbert@jelfgroup.com

 

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