Free seminars for employers and business owners10.06.2019
A local business is offering employers and business owners a series of free HR seminars.
Committed to contributing their expertise to boost the reputation of Salisbury, HJS are launching a series of free-to-attend HR seminars which will run monthly from July into the New Year.
The free seminars are open to all local employers and business owners, but places must be booked in advance. Click here to book.
The seminars will run from 9am - 11am and will be held at their modern office space in Cross Keys House in Queen Street.
The dates and topics are confirmed as:
4th July - Unfair Dismissals
14th August - Discrimination in the Workplace
10th September - Bullying & Harassment at Work
16th October - Employment Law Update
13th November - Managing Sickness Absence
11th December - Reducing the Risk of an Employment Tribunal
15th January 2020 - Managing Performance
Additional details about the topics being covered will be released nearer the time.
Managing Director for HJS Human Resources Dan Jenkins said: “I am extremely proud to have built our business in Salisbury – the city has been the home since day one. HJS Human Resources exists to offer growing SMEs access to affordable, qualified HR support and advice. The launch of our free monthly seminars is just another way to getting the advice out there, and helping our neighbours get ahead.
“When businesses are on a journey of growth, their responsibilities as an employer increase significantly, and often business owners aren’t prepared for this. We typically see employers recycling out of date employment contracts, struggling to develop the skills of the team, or trying to manage all the HR related admin by themselves – as well as running the rest of the business!
“We want to educate local businesses on how to be a great employer, and subsequently attract new talent to come work in Salisbury.”
Robin McGowan, Chief Executive of Salisbury BID said: “It’s great to see HJS supporting Salisbury’s business community by offering these free HR seminars. We encourage all businesses to get involved and attend these valuable talks.”