Changes to IR35 in April 2020

Friday, February 21, 2020

Join us for our next South Oxon HR Forum on Tuesday 25th February 2020

Presentations: Changes to IR35 in April 2020

Happy Healthy Conflict: How to have difficult conversations at work

Introduced by: Jill Kelly, Director and Solicitor at Employment Law Plus

Speakers: Simon Husband, Partner at Richardsons Chartered Accountants. His wide experience has encompassed advising a diverse range of clients on business strategy and tax planning. His current client portfolio revolves around commercialisation of technology.

Jemima King, Partner at Richardsons Chartered Accountants. She plays a key role in advising on a broad range of issues, such as obtaining R&D tax credits and the completion of grant audits, to start-up businesses through to international multi-million pound companies from a wide range of sectors.

Melanie Greene is an Occupational Psychologist and owner of Inspire Transformation, with over 30 years’ experience, working as a coach, trainer and workplace mediator in a range of private and public sector businesses. She specialises in helping individuals, teams and managers deal with stress and manage conflict at work.

Jill Kelly is an employment law solicitor and owner of Employment Law Plus who has been providing pragmatic employment law advice to employers and employees for over 20 years. She also sits as a part time Employment Judge in Birmingham Employment Tribunal.

Details of talk: Changes to IR35 in April 2020

Simon & Jemima will be talking about the changes to engaging individuals through personal service companies which will come into force in April 2020. This will be an interactive session, with plenty of opportunity to ask questions.

Happy Healthy Conflict: How to have difficult conversations at work

How often do we avoid having those difficult conversations for fear over what the eventual outcome will be? Sometimes storing up bigger problems along the way.

• Do you have managers who either avoid, delay or mishandle difficult conversations?

• Are you finding it hard to have those conversations yourself?

Happy Healthy Conflict is based on the premise that when handled well, difficult conversations and even conflict, can become a constructive process.

This interactive session will provide you with practical tools and techniques to enable you to unlock what’s going on within you in order to turn difficult conversations into constructive and productive interactions.  

Date: Tuesday 25th February 2020

Time: 08:45 - 10:30

Venue: Innovation Centre, Harwell Campus, 173 Curie Avenue,  OX11 0QG

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