Payroll World Autumn Update Conference 2014

Event: Payroll World Autumn Update Conference 2014 - 23 October


Location: London

Grange St Paul’s Hotel, 10 Godliman Street, London EC4V 5AJ

The 10th annual Payroll World Autumn Update Conference takes place on Thursday 23 October 2014 at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel, London.

The Autumn Update Conference brings together an expert panel of well-known speakers and will ensure attendees remain fully compliant and up-to-date with current payroll legislation. The 2014 Autumn Update will provide a comprehensive review of the major issues affecting payroll operations and the many complexities facing payroll professionals.

The conference will provide you with face-to-face interaction with an exclusive group of payroll professionals who have practical input into their companies’ payroll strategy and implementation and boost your CPD points.

Conference highlights from 2013 included:

  • Managing international and expatriate payroll
  • Exclusive insight into government policy from HMRC
  • Essential employment law updates
  • Avoid the most common pitfalls when completing P11Ds.

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