What does the election mean for wages & working conditions? Find out at the Employee Benefits & Rewards Forum

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Wages and working conditions are shaping up to be key issues at the next month’s general election, with the minimum wage, national living wage and executive pay already key areas of debate among the main parties.

And with significant policy differences between each, the landscape for those working in the field of employee benefits and rewards could be significantly different on after June 8th.

As such, the Employee Benefits & Rewards Forum – which takes place on November 6th 2017 – represents a unique opportunity for you to meet with industry peers to discuss post-election issues.

Our educational seminar programme will tackle the hot topics, while matched meetings with industry suppliers will provide expert advice and enable you to plan your projects for 2018 and beyond.

The Forum is entirely FREE for you to attend, but places are limited to just 65 delegates – Click Here to register today!

Alternatively, for more details of the seminar programme and attending suppliers, contact Kelly Barrett on 01992 374057 or email k.barrett@forumevents.co.uk.

Can’t make the date? You may also be interested in our other portfolio events; Training & Development Summit, London HR Summit, Manchester HR Summit.

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Toby Cruse

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