News & Events, including Seminars
Here you can browse a selection of seminars, past, present and future. You can also request slides from previous sessions and sign-up to receive information on future events.
We welcome suggestions for topics you would be interested in seeing on the programme in the future.
Office Managers Quarterly
ISE Partners is delighted to invite you to the very first Office Managers Quarterly.
This is a specialist offering, designed specifically for office management professionals – must-have opportunities to sharpen your professional toolkit and network with like-minded peers. Did we mention that there will be bubbles?
If you’re an office linchpin, this is the event for you!
Please join us for the maiden voyage of OMQ on Wednesday 22nd March, at ‘Number 21’ (our place!), 16:30.
Each quarter, we’ll welcome you to a relaxed, focused session. A guest speaker will be on hand with hints, tips, and a special offer or two; there will be space for mingling, as well – the perfect chance to share your news and challenges with other Office Managers, who understand them best. Invaluable!
This OMQ, we will be joined by Rosemary Howman, owner of Mayfair Quarters, a leading procurement enterprise, working with SMEs to give them access to exclusive corporate rates normally reserved for large firms. She will share a little about their partnerships, including but not limited to deals on high-end office provisions, venues, travel and branded gifts… And she will be joined by her ‘Chief Chocolate Supplier’ – yes, there will be samples!
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We’ll send you a diary invitation, but here’s the roundup:
Date: Wednesday 22nd March 2017 – one month today!
Time: 16:30 arrival drinks, for 17:00 start
Address: ISE Partners, 21 Ganton Street, W1F 9BN
We can’t wait to see you there! Psst… Win champagne on the night in our lucky dip – bring a business card!Our last seminar covered new elements of the accountability regime that come into force on a staged basis from March 2017 onwards.
The first part of the workshop looked at:
- Preparing for self-certification
- Implementing the senior managers regime
- Rules on reporting misconduct
- Regulatory references
The second part of the workshop was a case-study session that gave the opportunity to discuss practical issues that arise when investigating employee misconduct in an FCA regulated business, for example:
- Dealing with whistleblowing during the investigation
- Using and maintaining legal privilege
- Impact on remuneration
- Giving regulatory references in various disciplinary contexts
Selection of Previous Workshops/Seminars:
Remuneration Round-Up: Legal Update on Compensation Practices
Blair Adams, Partner within Law Firm DMH Stallard's Employment Practice, led an informative and interactive seminar covering then recent additions and amendments to UK Employment Law that affect businesses. Topics covered included recent case law on bonuses and salary sacrifice arrangements, and regulatory developments affecting pay, plus other cutting edge updates.
Part 2: Post-employment issues: Decision to Dismiss Made... What Next?
This interactive seminar saw Blair Adams, DMH Stallard LLC’s Employment Law Partner, cover a tricky topic – areas focussed on were around notice, Garden Leave and PILONs, tax, Settlement Agreements, Restrictive Covenants and confidentiality, and references and reporting. A detailed and comprehensive summary of a key business area.
Part 1: Recruitment and pre-employment: Avoiding a Tribunal
Blair Adams, Employment Law Partner at DMH Stallard LLC delivered a popular and informative session on the key elements to ensure in your recruitment process to protect against future tribunal action by employees.
Employment Law: Shared Parental Leave
This session covered the obligations, eligibility and notification as well as areas ripe for dispute such as the application of enhanced pay policies.
Training & Development: Top Tools for Teams
Liz Jones of thetrainingstudio discusses the merits of various psychometric testing methods for building strong and productive teams.
Employment Law: Six-Tricky Topics
An action-packed session covering Flexible working, options if an employee doesn’t disclose a disability during the recruitment process, dealing with an employee a client won’t work with, risks of asking part-time workers to go full-time, genuine self-employment criteria and an update on Agency Workers Regulations.
Training & Development: Why coaching?
In this popular session we explored ways in which PAs & EAs can coach up, down and side-to-side to ensure stronger collaboration and communication with their boss, team and employer.
Employment Law: Keeping on the right side of the law, recent updates in case law for HR professionals
Training & Development: Innovative Interviewing
Our knock-out presenter, Liz Jones of thetrainingstudio, presented a fast and furious review of tired interviewing skills, how to enliven and enlighten using modernised methods to get the best results.
*All events are London based unless stated otherwise