‘5 People things’ that small businesses need to know!

‘5 People things’ that small businesses need to know!

Small business can mean small budgets, so getting it right can make a huge difference to success and growth.

5 people things every small business should know
Employing people has legal requirements, but it shouldn’t be complex. Small business can mean small budgets, so getting it right can make a huge difference to success and growth.

This workshop is aimed at businesses who would like to understand more about employing people
and the business obligations that brings. By attending you will develop your understanding of:
• Being legally compliant
• Essential business policies, without complexity
• Saving costs with people management
• Common problems with people in business
• Priorities for employee retention and business growth
You will leave this workshop with an understanding of how to support employees and maintain
compliance within the workplace, as well as top tips for retaining your best people.

This Workshop is being delivered by:
Sherry White
Sherry White has over 12 years of experience running businesses, with qualifications in health & safety, Leadership & Management and Employment Law. Sherry works with businesses, typically micro and small, supporting their HR, Health & Safety and Leadership development needs.
She has wide sector experience with specialisms in working within hospitality, professional services, and scientific organisations. As CEO of a local consultancy business – Oxford People Solutions, Sherry has delivered successful projects for clients around Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and beyond from Health & Safety training, through to complex people problems. Sherry also works with the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personal Development), the UK body for recognised HR professionals, as a volunteer committee member and is a Non-Executive Director for a local community benefit organisation who rely on charitable fundraising to support the Oxford
community learn to cycle safely throughout Oxfordshire.

Minimal Financial Assistance (MFA) scheme

The Growth Hub programme operates a Minimal Financial Assistance (MFA) scheme. All SMEs which receive support under this programme are being aided under the UK Subsidy Control Act (2022) and The Subsidy Control (Gross Cash Amount and Gross Cash Equivalent) Regulations (2022 No. 1186).

MFA allows a beneficiary to receive up to £315,000 of Subsidy over a three-fiscal year period (i.e. the current and previous two fiscal years). The value of MFA given is the gross cash amount or the gross cash equivalent of the subsidy. The MFA value of this webinar is £361.70.

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