As we reflect into the new year, it is still unclear as to when the extension of the public sector IR35 legislation changes into the private sector will into play. Although only a footnote in the budget it has been confirmed that it will be extended to the private sector following consultation.
Join our webinar to gain insight into the hot topic of IR35 and when you should be preparing for the change.
This event is open to all businesses within Kent who are considering the new credit controller/collector apprenticeship schemes and CICM Credit Management professional qualifications for their business.
The event will include speakers from businesses already using the scheme alongside the CICM, as well as Members of the CICM Kent Branch, discussing the benefits of the apprenticeships and professional qualifications in enhancing the skills, knowledge and performance of your credit control team.
Address: Innovation Centre
Managing Partner Steven Newdall, Levi & Co on Payment Disputes (the construction industry, specifically payment disputes between builders and developers and our experience of these)
Jefferson Gledhill, DWF, Solicitor. On the changing legal landscape of debt.
Hays, Karen Young (tbc). Salary trends/benchmarking – CICM benefits and the impact on a credit controllers salary.
Glen Bullivant, on Credit/CICM 2018 and forward, looking at the changing world of the CICM and the credit mangers’ role post Brexit.
Address: Bridgewater Place
An opportunity to learn how to get started with the CICM qualification, learning options and new developments.
As we reflect into the new year, it is still unclear as to when the extension of the public sector IR35 legislation changes into the private sector will into play.
Join our webinar to gain insight into how the IR35 legislation gap will impact talent attraction and retention in the public sector.
One of the key considerations facing all businesses looking to support greater Diversity & Inclusion in their workforce, is how to set, analyse and track the key measurements which can show the impact of the recruitment and retention strategies designed to encourage this.
The demographics and dynamics of the Engineering, Construction and Property sectors present their own particular challenges in this regard.
We are delighted to invite you to join our expert panellists who will be offering their insights and practical tips in an interactive and lively panel debate.
Charlotte Sweeney, Founder & Director of Charlotte Sweeney Associates
Israil Bryan, Diversity and Social Programme Manager, Skanska
Yvonne Smyth, Group Head of Diversity, Hays
Address: Hays Office, Cheapside, London
Expert Investigations will give an insight into the proactive resources available for tracing, conducting surveillance and building an accurate profile into a bad debtor.
The seminar will show investigation methods and techniques, supported by live case studies and an opportunity to see some covert surveillance equipment along with a few ‘tricks of the trade’.
Are you seeking a career change? Are you interested in pursuing a career in sales and considering recruitment? If so, you should attend the Hays Career Change week to learn more about what it’s like to work in recruitment at Hays.
Commencing on the 29th January 2018 we are running Hays Career Change Week and we are looking to speak with professionals who have one year plus of work experience and are interested in, or would like to learn more about a career in recruitment.
You will have the opportunity to meet with a Director from our London City business to learn more about the recruitment job function and what it’s really like to work here at Hays.
Address: Hays Office, Cheapside, London
We are delighted to invite you to our round-table discussion, hosted by Tom Stenner-Evans, an Employment Law specialist from Michelmores LLP.
The economy is going through a period of change. Significant events such as Brexit only serve to increase the uncertainty going forward. Hays and Michelmores are pleased to be hosting a round-table discussion focusing on the legal and HR considerations involved in restructurings, redundancies and change management in such a turbulent time.
The discussion will be led by Tom Stenner-Evans, and will have a particular focus on the Private Sector, and it will be an opportunity for attendees to share ideas, discuss strategy and learn from one another.
We hope you can join us.
Address: Hays Office, Cheapside
This new year, discover why business knowledge and commercial awareness is vital to realising your career ambition.
Hear from our guest speaker from Kaplan, who will offer practical tips and advice to grow your commercial acumen. Learn how to demonstrate your talents to potential employers and begin the next stage of your career.
Hays speaker: Karen Young, Director of Accountancy & Finance
Guest speaker: Freddie Grinter, Account Director & Facilitator, Kaplan
We are delighted to invite you to our popular newly qualified careers evening.
We will be delivering an invaluable talk for all trainee solicitors where you can learn all you need to know about the following:
• The current market and expected demands for newly qualified solicitors
• National and international opportunities
• Suggested timescales to work to
• Interviewing techniques
• CV guidance
• Salary information
Address: Hays Office, Leeds