Our compliance conference is nearly upon us
The RI Compliance Conference
Tuesday February 10th 2015. 30 Finsbury Square, London
9.00 Start, introduction by Chairman Grant Thornton
9.10 – 9.40 Marc Summers, Grant Thornton
2015 Compliance Landscape
9.40 – 9.55 Louise Rayner, Numbermill
Practical, Commercial and Operational tips for ensuring compliance
9.55 – 10.15 Tania Bowers, Freelance Legal Consultant
The importance of contractor insurance
10.15 – 10.35 NETWORKING BREAK
10.35 – 11.00 Alistair Singleton - MD SiR, Standards in Recruitment
11.00 – 11.30 David Carlin, Gi Group
Managing compliance whilst remaining competitive
11.30 – 11.55 NETWORKING BREAK
11.55 – 12.20 Charles Daw, CXC Global
12.20 – 12.40 Lee Mitchell, Quanta CS
International Compliance and its ever-changing landscape
12.40 – 1.00 Ben Stoneham, Now We Comply
Technology to aid compliance
Let’s face it recruitment industry legislation is becoming more and more complex, however, with the right advice, this can be turned into a competitive advantage. This Conference will show you how.
Legislation and compliance is continually changing and becoming increasingly complicated. The penalties for recruiters could be facing legal action both in the UK and increasingly overseas. It is more essential than ever to ensure you are totally up to date with Compliance where ever you operate. You don’t want to be shut down or imprisoned and this is really happening to agency owners.
Against a back drop of growing markets and fast paced business we will help you keep on top of everything so make sure you don’t miss out. Come along on 10th February and hear from our advisers as well as recruitment agencies working currently in the toughest markets.
Our speakers include:
Gi Group – One of Europe’s Top 10 Recruiters
Numbermill – making recruiters compliance
Alistair Singleton - MD SiR, Standards in Recruitment
Racs Group – Working better with your providers
Grant Thornton – advice from a blue chip professional business.
CXC Global – one of the world’s leading contractor specialists.