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Free Breakfast Briefing to address pension auto enrolment

27 February 2014 by
Free Breakfast Briefing to address pension auto enrolment

Caterer and Hotelkeeper is holding a Breakfast Briefing event to explain how to manage pension auto enrolment.

Being held at the Mandarin Oriental in Knightsbridge on 4th April, this free event will provide delegates with all they need to know to ensure a smooth transition into pension provision.

Pension experts will be on hand to offer advice and guidance on complying with the new regulations, while operators who have completed the auto enrolment journey will share their experience.

The speakers will explore what is involved and explain how to assess and engage your workforce in a practical presentation with tips and advice from those that have already gone through the process. Delegates will return to their business ready to put in place a plan to enact their pension provision.

Caterer and Hotelkeeper group editor Mark Lewis said: "With major changes taking pace in the world of workplace pensions, and significant fines for operators if compliance with auto-enrolment is not achieved, operators must understand exactly what's required of them. This free morning session will provide all the tools hospitality businesses need to ensure their employees are receiving the benefits they are entitled to."

Attendees will receiving expert guidance from:
• Russell Davidson, Davidson Asset Management
• Paul Murphy, The People's Pension
• Plus a major hotel chain

To book your free place visit www.surveymonkey.com/s/CatererandHotelkeeperBreakfast4thApril

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