Join Myers & Co for a HR lunch exploring employment status and settlement agreements – 26 September 2018
Myers & Co Solicitors in Staffordshire are hosting their next HR lunch where a number of employment law issues will be discussed, including an overview of employment status, a closer look at settlement agreements and insights into tax efficiency.
Wednesday 26 September 2018
12:30pm – 2.00pm
Westport Lake Visitor Centre,
Westport Lake Road,
The lunch will be held in association with Barringtons Chartered Accountants.
Speakers will include:
- Sarah Everton, head of employment law at Myers & Co Solicitors;
- Andrew Bridge, director at Barringtons Chartered Accountants; and
- Peter Rossiter, tax advisor from Barringtons Chartered Accountants.
Sarah will give an overview of the following:
- employment status – the types of employment, why employment status matters and some recent cases and trends in this area; and
- settlement agreements – what are they and when you may need one, as well as negotiation and changes that you need to be aware of.
Andrew and Peter from Barringtons will consider tax efficient remuneration for directors and employers of owner-managed businesses to include:
- an overview of the current state of affairs; and
- a look forward to see where the tax savings are still available and where HMRC have started to tighten the screw.
If you would like to invite attend this free event: click here to book your place.
Please feel free to invite any of your HR contacts outside your organisation and to send a link to the booking form to them. All are welcome.
We hope to see you on 26 September 2018.
For more information about the HR lunch, or for a confidential discussion on employment law, contact Sarah Everton at Myers & Co Solicitors, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, Staffordshire on 01782 577000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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