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            National Minimum Wage - An employer's guide to compliance

            Join us at our breakfast briefing for an interactive panel discussion on the practical steps employers should take to remain compliant with the law on the National Minimum Wage (NMW).
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            Date
            17 March 2020 08:30
            to
            17 March 2020 10:30

            Locations
            DWF Manchester
            1 Scott Place
            2 Hardman Street
            M3 3AA
            Manchester

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            The legal framework surrounding the NMW is notoriously complex and remaining compliant is no easy task. Many employers have inadvertently fallen foul of the law by committing a technical breach. Technical breaches can have significant consequences for employers with the "name and shame" regime and HMRC's enforcement powers. A small breach can have serious repercussions, from negative publicity to substantial fines.

            During this breakfast briefing, as well as an update on the NMW, we will explore some of the common problem areas employers are facing, providing some practical guidance on how to avoid the pitfalls. From who qualifies for NMW, to what constitutes work and everything in between, we will provide an inside view and guidance on how to comply with the law and minimise risk.

            We hope to see you there.


            Please note: this event is being run between DWF Law LLP and BDO LLP and details of your name, organisation and job title will be shared for the purposes of running this event only. 

            08:30 - 09:00 Registration & refreshments
            09:00 - 10:15 Session & questions
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