ISME announces autumn briefing sessions

Seminars to discuss impact of new paternity law and how to retrofit offices

Seminars at ISME’s autumn briefing sessions will discuss topics such as paternity leave, spent convictions and other new areas of employment law. Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

Seminars at ISME’s autumn briefing sessions will discuss topics such as paternity leave, spent convictions and other new areas of employment law. Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

 

The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association (ISME) is set to hold a number of briefing sessions this autumn, with the aim of helping small and medium-sized companies grow their business.

Seminars will discuss topics such as paternity leave, spent convictions and other new areas of employment law.

Economist Jim Power will give his view on the prospects for SMEs post-Brexit and the issues which need to be provided for, while experts from UrbanVolt will show businesses how to modernise and save at the same time by retrofitting their premises.