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EEF presents World of Work Theatre at Business North West event to provide top class employment advice


Employment specialist, EEF, will be hosting the World of Work Theatre at the upcoming Business North West exhibition at Manchester Central (Formerly G-Mex) on 19-20 November. Businesses can attend a number of seminars based on key HR and employment issues to gain handy hints and learn how to avoid potential pitfalls of the latest legislation.

Top-flight employment lawyers and barristers will be on hand to provide tips to businesses on everything from managing sickness absence to flexible working and health and safety. EEF will also run an advice surgery for anyone wanting a one-to-one chat with the experts about any aspect of HR & legal, health & safety, environment and training in the workplace.

David Ost, Region Director at EEF in the North West, comments, “Business North West is a proven and successful event and will be an excellent opportunity for us to reach our target audience of decision makers. Employers need to be aware of the upcoming changes to the Employment Act 2008 and our aim is to educate businesses through our informative seminars. We will be providing organisations with pragmatic advice to help them to spend less time wading through legislation and more time growing their business “

Scott Hider, Managing Director of Business North West adds, “Employment law and legislation are key issues that businesses need to be up to date with. For small business owners, these are often forgotten. Having EEF at the show provides attendees with a wealth of essential information that could help them improve business performance and even tackle climate change.”


 Business North West
 Business Exhibition
 Business Networking UK
 B2B Seminars Manchester
 Manchester Central G-Mex

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