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This SME Safeguarding Masterclass will cover the latest Employment Law and Health & Safety updates to ensure business owners and directors remain legally compliant, and avoid potentially costly inadvertent mistakes.
We will be discussing some of the key ways you can ensure your business is working at optimal efficiency with efficient HR policies. We'll be showing you how making sure yours are an exact fit to your business, industry and circumstances will save you time and money long term.
The content will directly influence how to manage managers and all employees in order to maximise profits and minimise costs and risk to the business and directors.
All our expert keynote speakers have spent a minimum of the last 10 years providing commercial HR and Health & Safety advice to SME business owners and directors just like you.
They have between them supported over 100,000 SME & LME businesses in their careers to date and use real life’ experiences to help business owners and directors of all types and sizes of businesses to understand their legal obligations whilst focusing on maximum employee performance.
“Thank you both very much, Josh and myself thoroughly enjoyed the event. I found it a very positive and interesting experience.” – Donall Caherty, Field Fisher
“Just wanted to say a huge thank you for having Mark, Luke and I along to your event, it was super and I felt very lucky to be invited.” – Kelly, Making You Content
"It was lovely to meet you yesterday and it was an absolute pleasure to join you. I came out feeling very much up-to-date!” John Harding, ATPI
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