Reciprocate Encounters - The Fundamentals of Employing People
TUESDAY, 12TH SEPTEMBER 2017 9.30 AM - 12.00 PM
SYLO Associates deliver a range of innovative Human Resources solutions from resourcing to coaching through to employee procedures, HR audits and training. Both Sarah and Sally bring with them over 20 years' experience across both private and public sectors and a spectrum of industries.
- Employing People – what this means to you
- The Key stages of the Employee Life Cycle – from recruitment to transition and fundamental foundations needed
- Contracts of employment – key issues to consider in terms of the law, legal protection and meeting your organisation’s needs
- Question & Answer session
- Update to date understanding of your obligations as an employer
- Avoiding the pitfalls
- Getting the best from the people in your organisation
ABOUT SARAH STEVENS
Sarah is co-founding Director of SYLO Associates. Sarah is a well established, highly motivated and experienced HR professional with a reputation for combining strategic thinking with detailed delivery. With over 20 years HR experience Sarah is CIPD qualified with a strong track record of achievement in start-up and large corporate organisations covering all aspects of HR management.
Sarah is a calm supportive advocate for colleagues and team members, who motivates and inspires them to deliver to the highest standards. Her experience includes Leadership training & development, complex employee relations activity, coaching, resourcing and project management.
ABOUT SALLY WHITE
Sally is one of the founding Directors of SYLO Associates with over 20 years' experience spanning all aspects of HR and training. As a fellow of the CIPD, she has worked at Board level across a wide range of industry sectors, including large corporate organisations. Her experience includes Leadership training and development, coaching, resourcing, project management and complex employee relations activity.
This event is for senior decision makers and employers within the not for profit and charities sector