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Calling all employers.
You are invited to join us for our next seminar. Gemma Chapman, HR consultant at Lovewell Blake, and Dr Lindsey Wright of Wrightway Health will be discussinf sickness absence management and disability discrimination and your responsibilities as an employer.
The seminar will be held at the Wrightway Health office in Gorleston and will start at 7:45am with refreshments.
To book your place on this free seminar please visit our events page.
Post-budget seminar 20 March 2015
Chancellor George Osborne will deliver his pre-election Budget on Wednesday 18 March 2015.
We would then like to invite you to join us at our our annual post-budget summary on 20 March 2015 at Dunston Hall.
Colin Fish, tax partner at Lovewell Blake, along with other tax and VAT consultants within the firm, will deliver their analysis of the Chancellor's statement and how this may affect you.
To join us book your place on our events page.
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