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BusinessLocal firms join forces for free employment law, tax and payroll update seminar

Local firms join forces for free employment law, tax and payroll update seminar

Two of Bury’s leading businesses, PM+M – the chartered accountancy, business advisory and financial planning group, and local law firm Clough & Willis are collaborating on an event that will tackle some of the key employment law, tax and payroll issues that companies are facing today.

The free to attend seminar will be taking place on Wednesday 1st March at the Red Hall Hotel from 8am to 10am. 

Guests will be updated on a number of hot topics and how they effect both legislation and an employer’s responsibility, including hybrid and home working; holiday pay and the national minimum wage; salary sacrifice; auto enrolment pensions and IR35

The keynote speakers will be Julie Mason, payroll director at PM+M; Julie Walsh, tax manager at PM+M; and Chris Macwilliam, partner and head of employment at Clough & Willis.

Julie Mason said: “Employers are facing a minefield of legislation and it can be hard to see the wood for the trees. Our aim is to cut through everything and tell businesses what they need to know.”

Chris added: “Employment law is complex and even more so now that we are working in such a challenging economic environment. We want this free seminar to deliver real value so guests walk away better informed and able to drive their businesses forward.”

The event is aimed at HR and payroll professionals, senior decision-makers and business owners. Places can be booked via Eventbrite: 

Employment Law, Tax and Payroll Update – Bury Tickets, Wed 1 Mar 2023 at 08:00 | Eventbrite

Olivia McHugh
Olivia McHugh
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