Rullion’s Travel and Subsistence event took place on Thursday 4th February at Manchester United’s “Theatre of Dreams” in Old Trafford.
Rullion were delighted to welcome key clients to the event, which was organised to provide insight into the proposed changes to Travel and Subsistence legislations for temporary workers from April this year.
After an introduction from Rullion Engineering’s Managing Director, Philip Higgins, the following keynote speakers presented:
Paul Chamberlain – Partner, Head of Employments & Pensions with Brabners;
Julian Ball – Legal Director at Paystream;
Tom Hadley – Director of Policy & Professional Services with the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).
Paul, Julian and Tom then joined Andrew Moore, Associate at Eversheds LLP and Damian Broughton MBE, Founder & Owner of Danbro to form a Q&A panel. After questions, the event concluded with lunch and a stadium tour.
Philip Higgins reflected: “I’m really pleased with how the event was received and with the level of engagement from the audience on what is a technical subject that impacts the industry in a variety of ways. I’d like to thank all attendees, organisers and MUFC on what was an extremely worthwhile and valuable day”.
Rullion’s next event “Using Data to Optimise Talent Acquisition” takes place at the Mere in Knutsford on Thursday 17th March 2016. Aimed at senior HR and Resourcing professionals, the complimentary breakfast seminar will again comprise three keynote speakers and a panel to answer client questions.