Roundtable series for the hospitality and leisure sector – June 2017

In June, we are holding a series of informal roundtables for employers in the hospitality and leisure sector.

The sector is understandably concerned about the economic outlook and there is rarely a day when the subjects of Brexit and immigration do not appear in the media. The ongoing challenges of employing skilled staff and the high numbers of non-UK nationals working in the sector in particular is a major concern and employers need to start planning now for the future.

Also, with a potential skills shortage looming, retaining and motivating staff is even more important and tips form a key part of the rewards system. However, significant changes for employers are afoot, with new government policy likely to result in the implementation of new working practices in this area.

And, in terms of other government policies, there has been a significant rise in HMRC’s activities in policing the operation of the National Minimum Wage. It’s important that employers consider all elements of pay and incentivisation, such as staff accommodation, to ensure that they don’t get caught out.

When

Tuesday 20 June
The National Minimum Wage and when an employer may unintentionally fall foul of the law. An update on calculating holiday pay taking into account overtime and commission.

Thursday 22 June
Brexit: its likely impact on EU nationals and recruitment. Ensuring your UK workforce is legal.

Wednesday 28 June
Tipping the balance: getting the collection and distribution of gratuities and service charges right. Ensuring an efficient and compliant tronc system.

Times
8:30am – registration and breakfast
8:45am – start
10.30am – close

Where

Mazars, Tower Bridge House,
St Katharine's Way,
London E1W 1DD

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If you would like to attend or register a colleague for one or more roundtable, please register online or email your contact details to events@mazars.co.uk specifying which session(s) you would like to attend.

To ensure lively debate, each session will be limited to a maximum of 12 delegates.

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