Schofield Sweeney and Hays Recruitment are working in partnership, hosting a FREE seminar for local businesses, organisations and individuals. The presentation will cover the Hays guide on salary, recruiting trends and flexible working, providing an insight into the factors driving employee movement, the business outlook for the year ahead in an uncertain market, and how salaries have been affected.
With one of the key issues highlighted in the Hays salary guide being work-life balance, we will take a look at the right to request flexible working and how to deal with those tricky issues, such as: balancing the needs of the business v the wishes of the employee; dealing with competing requests; and the potential risks of getting it wrong.
When is it?
Thursday 7th February 2019
8.30am - 10.30am.
Schofield Sweeney, Church Bank House, Church Bank, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 4DY
Breakfast and drinks will be provided at 8.30am, with presentations starting at 9am.
Gemma Sherbourne, Schofield Sweeney
Gemma is an experienced employment lawyer and Legal Director, providing advice for a variety of clients from senior executives and small owner-managed businesses through to large multi-academy trusts and national PLCs. Gemma regularly presents seminars on a wide range of employment law issues.
James Hardcastle, Hays Recruitment
James is a senior manager with Hays. His role as Client Engagement Manager involves dealing with a customer base ranging from SME’s to high profile blue chip clients. He is passionate about delivering first-class recruitment to the local market and is seen as a trusted recruitment partner, providing business advice, support, salary advice, and information on regional market trends.
How to apply
Register for our free event to discover how to build an effective talent attraction strategy and one of the ways in which you can seek to retain talent by allowing a work-life balance through flexible working.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and company name.
Places are free, but we only have 20 available and they are limited to two people per organisation.