Tools and Tactics to safeguard cash and critical talent at the end of the Furlough Scheme – 24th September – 9:15am

Tools and Tactics to safeguard cash and critical talent at the end of the Furlough Scheme - 24th SeptBrought to you by our partners Informed Funding (iF), this webinar is designed to support business leaders who are looking to safeguard cash and critical talent as the Furlough Scheme comes to an end. For many sectors, demand remains weak and uncertain, making the prospect of taking on any further debt irresponsible.

The need to hold onto limited cash reserves remains paramount. However, most astute senior leaders recognise that without critical talent, the business may not be in a position to capitalise on future opportunities.

Attend this webinar as Informed Funding helps Directors map the tools and tactics at their disposal to reduce operating costs, hold onto cash and retain critical talent. We’re pleased to welcome Richard Hare and Julia Terry from Peopletime who specialise in HR and employment law for SMEs.

Date: 24th September 2020

Time: 9:15am to 11:00am BST

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The Panel

Webinar Host Gary Jesson, Managing Director of the EFM Network 

Gary is a Business Advisor and Finance Director with over 30 years of experience in working with SME’s. Gary leads EFM and supports SMEs with the benefits of many years building and running businesses, as well as raising finance, providing strong commercial discipline and leading companies through difficult periods.  As an experienced CEO, Business Advisor and Finance Director, Gary has helped nurture, run and grow over 40 businesses since starting at EFM. Away from the office, Gary demonstrates his mentoring & coaching practice including ICAEW mentor for Young FD’s.

Richard Hare, Managing Director of Peopletime 

Richard qualified as a solicitor in 1984 and started his working life in the Vauxhall Motors legal department before moving on to become Company Secretary at GEI – a publicly quoted International engineering group – and then Legal and HR Director at Budgens-Londis the convenience supermarket group.

In 2006 Richard founded Peopletime to provide HR, Payroll and Health and Safety support to businesses that wanted to outsource those functions. Peopletime has enjoyed steady growth since its inception and now employs a team of 25 providing support to many organisations from start ups to blue chips.

Julia Terry Chartered FCIPD, Head of HR at Peopletime 

Julia has been a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD for over 10 years and Head of HR at Peopletime for over 4 years. Prior to joining Peopletime, Julia worked as an freelance HR Consultant for 5 years, after spending the previous 7 years as HR Director for a national, multi-site, leisure PLC. Julia has a wealth of knowledge and experience across many sectors, including retail, leisure, academia, distribution, IT and consultancy, to name a few.

Julia prides herself on delivering sound, commercially-focused advice to help her clients achieve a successful and harmonious workplace. Julia has also worked in finance, marketing, sales and buying, so is well-placed to understand the importance of aligning HR with business goals.

Spaces are limited so register today for your virtual seat.