Lots of reasons to attend this year’s Business Show
A series of ten to fifteen minute sessions followed by time for questions and discussion, will run throughout the day at half hour intervals, covering topics of relevance to most businesses.
Presented by engaging industry speakers, at half hour intervals through the day (morning sessions will be repeated in the afternoon).
These range from HR, apprenticeships, health and safety in the workplace, Microsoft Office, protecting your cashflow and preventing postural problems in the workplace. Subjects of relevance to everybody.
Alongside the briefings and also in the Stem Centre, a series of workshops will take place: three on various aspects of marketing and one on making business presentations.
To book onto any of the briefings please visit: www.nfbp.org.uk/event/visit-expo17/
please add your free ticket to the cart and then at the checkout stage you will be able to add on the briefings you wish to attend.
The 2017 Business Briefings are on the following topics:
Tom Doherty – HR Dept
Top 10 HR tips and pitfalls to avoid
Covering topics such as dealing with sickness absence, motivating and incentivising staff, avoiding employment tribunals, social media problems and getting recruitment right. www.hrdept.co.uk
Viv East – Vivid Connections
Tricks and Traps of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and Outlook)
A dozen (or more) tips to help you get the best out of these programs which sometimes can be frustrating but actually ARE designed to help us spend less time on the computer AND make our lives easier! www.vividconnections.co.uk
Nicola Happe – Brockenhurst Chiropractic
Postural problems and prevention in the workplace
Tips for better posture and preventing back problems, which you can practise at your desk and in the office. www.brockenhurstchiropractic.co.uk
James Mann – Argentum Capital
Protecting your cashflow
How to minimise your risk of bad debt by taking some simple precautions.
Sue Jory – Six Moves Ahead
Health and safety in the workplace
A useful briefing covering a subject that we all tend to shy away from and don’t think about in the course of our daily work but about which we should be aware. It will cover some of the key regulations under the Health and Safety at Work Act to help ensure you are meeting your legal requirements and helping to maintain your compliance without wasting time and money, keeping things in perspective whilst ensuring that your efforts are “suitable and sufficient” as the law requires.
Bob Rose – Brockenhurst College
The new apprenticeship levy and how it affects your business
Find out everything you need to know about the new apprenticeship levy, including what it means for your organisation. You can also discover more about the apprenticeship opportunities available and how to make the most of the new arrangements.