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As a small business, you might wonder why you should bother with HR. But then as time goes by and your business, and people needs, grow, you may find yourself coming across more and more difficult employment situations. These could be easily avoided by having pragmatic processes in already in place and understood by all.
Petaurum Solution’s webinar ‘HR for Small Businesses – Why Bother?’ addresses the ways in which you can reduce people problems.
By joining this webinar, you will learn:
– Why HR is needed in a small business and how it adds value
– How your requirements as a small business will evolve as you grow and change
– How looking after your team will result in better performance and productivity
They will discuss new employment law coming into force in 2020 that may affect SMEs. This can often be a scary prospect for small businesses as non-compliance can bring a whole load of other issues. But learning about the changes, understanding them, and implementing them, alone can sometimes seem impossible. That’s why they are delving into this topic to offer straightforward advice and support.
In the webinar, Petaurum Solution will talk about:
– Dispelling some common HR myths for SMEs
– What does HR do?
– The cost of DIY HR
– The evolution of a business and its workforce
– What’s new for 2020
The webinar will be on the 5th March at 11am for 45 minutes and will be hosted by Mark and Adam, directors of Petaurum. Between them they have 60 years of HR experience, helping all types of businesses.
Following the session, Petaurum Solutions will share the presentation on the website, along with the audio recording and updates on questions raised. These will be available for download.
To book your place, register here today. Can’t make it? Register anyway and Petaurum will email the downloadable resources to you.
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