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Our new 2017 edition of our annual Employment Guide is now available to Forum members.
Setting up and running a business can be incredibly rewarding but there are also many problems to be faced as well. Not only are there economic pressures to be handled but there is a huge amount of administration, law and regulation to be understood and implemented. Any shortcomings in a company's operations may cause serious problems further down the line.
That's why the right information at the right time can be crucial to a business' chance of success. The Employment Guide 2017 is a comprehensive, detailed and up to the minute examination of today's procedures, practices and paperwork that every business needs in order to flourish and succeed. Operating in tandem with the Forum's helpline, it's an essential tool for all members in today's competitive and challenging commercial environment.
Businesses also need to know that they have access to legal advice whenever they need it which is why the Forum has teamed up with rradar, a radically different law firm created and run by recognised legal experts and industry professionals who have vast experience in advising private, public and charity sector organisations.
Within this year’s Employment Guide, there are lots of free customisable templates ensuring your business uses documents that are accurate, easy to understand and comply with the law. The templates can be found in the members’ area of the Forum’s website. You can choose to personalise them by downloading them and adapting them to the needs of your business.
The new 2017 Guide, with the full resources of the Forum behind it and supported by rradar, makes the perfect companion for anyone running a successful business.
See a snippet of the new Employment Guide here.
To find out more, or to add this package to your membership, call our members help line on 01565 626001
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