CRM partner with BrightPay to offer a new Auto Enrolment Seminar in Oxfordshire
Are you ready to comply with your obligations under the new Workplace Pension legislation?
Are you aware of the Auto Enrolment administrative steps required?
Are you clear about your obligations to comply with this new legislation?
Do you know who is an eligible or an entitled worker?
Have you considered the minimum administration required to comply?
Do you know the additional steps involved to administer your payroll in the future?
Many of our clients are starting to stage for Auto Enrolment and many businesses will fall within the legislation requirements during the next twelve months.
As part of our next seminar, we would like to share with you our experience and how to integrate the new requirements with ease.
Following our introductory event last year, we have partnered with BrightPay, to offer this seminar and take a closer look at your obligations as well as the practical administrative steps required.
So what will be included and why do we think it will be a good use of your time?
In this seminar we will share with you our thoughts and experience to date. We will provide you with the information that will enable you to leave the seminar with actions to help you plan for your staging date and future administration.
We will be covering;
An overview of the legislation and the employers responsibilities
The steps to consider when managing your Auto Enrolment obligations
How the compliance requirements will impact your business
The practical steps to administering your payroll in the future
An overview of the BrightPay Payroll and how it handles Auto Enrolment with ease
Date: Thursday 2nd March
Time: 10am to 12pm
Location: Begbroke Science Park, Oxfordshire
The registration fee is just £10 + vat per person, if booked before 20th February (usual price £30).
Delegate places are limited to 40 and we would encourage you to book early to avoid disappointment.
This seminar will also provide an ideal opportunity to network with other business owners from across the region.