Pensions reforms head up a trio of employment issues to be tackled at Jelf Employee Benefits’ November seminar

Reservations have commenced for delegate places at Jelf Employee Benefits’ November seminar, hosted at The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA).

For this event, Jelf Employee Benefits will have three speaker slots covering Employment Law, Employee Benefits and a guest presenter, this time examining Sustainability (and how this can attract and retain talent).

A particular emphasis of the Employee Benefit session will be the passing of Pension Reform legislation (including the final detail on auto-enrolment requirements) and how employers can now act to meet their legal requirements in this area.

Sarah Daly, Strategic Sustainability Consultant at Heath Avery Architects will discuss which energy/high-carbon factors affect productivity, health and wellbeing as well as retaining the best talent and unlocking additional profit within organisations.

Tim Randles, Associate, Penningtons Solicitors LLP will guide delegates through the government’s Consultation on Modern Workplaces, including family-friendly policies, sickness, and working time. He will also talk about the ACAS guidance on Social Media, Agency Workers, The Bribery Act 2010 and update delegates on the cases and topics which have caught his eye in the past few months.

Delegates will be able to view the first UK exhibition by American artist Jacob Kassay, and will also have the opportunity to vote on, and view, a modern classic British film (the choices include The Kings Speech and The Full Monty).  Jelf is even throwing-in the popcorn and ice-cream!

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Date: Thursday, 3rd November 2011
Timing:09:00 to 12:00
Cost: Free (Access to the Jacob Kassay exhibition, morning refreshments and ice-cream or popcorn at the film will all be provided free of charge)
Location: Cinema 1, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London, SW1Y 5AH
Suitable for: Senior Human Resources and Finance Professionals
CPD:  The seminar will qualify for 2 hours CPD

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