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FREE Employment Law and Health & Safety Seminar

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Thursday 16 August 2007 11.16am
Elan & Co Chartered Certified Accountants in association with Peninsula Business Services are delighted to invite yourself and a guest to attend a FREE Employment Law and Health & Safety seminar.

Designed to update Directors, Partners and Proprietors on the ever-increasing amount of Employment and Health & Safety Law, this seminar will demonstrate the extent of employee rights in the workplace, together with issues faced by senior management to assist you in understanding your legal obligations as a business owner.

Entertaining and action-packed, this seminar will update you on the most recent changes in employment legislation including the Statutory Dispute Resolution Regulations and the recent enhancements in Discrimination laws. Through case examples you will be shown how to identify possible employee problems in your work place, so that you can ‘protect your business' against potentially expensive litigation.

This seminar is designed for you the Business Owner, not employees (unless you want your employees to be one step ahead of you!)

For more information or should you wish to attend please e-mail Thomas Pick from Elan & Co at [email protected] stating the Name, Company, Address and Contact details of those who wish to attend.

date: Friday 31 August 2007
seminar: 10.00am - 12.45pm
refreshments: 9:30am - 10.00am
venue: Elan & Co
Unit 3, Cedar Court
(off Bermondsey Street)
1 Royal Oak Yard

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