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22/05/2020 10:00 to 11:30

Hear expert HR advice to help address staffing issues and retain your employees during COVID-19.


Why should you join this webinar?

The COVID-19 outbreak has drastically impacted the landscape of working for employees across the globe. As small businesses face financial challenges and rapid changes to market demand, issues such as furloughing staff, redundancy and adapting teams to remote working also need to be addressed.

This free webinar is designed to arm your business with crucial HR guidance to help take the right steps to manage, communicate and, where possible, retain employees.

Join us to hear expert advice to help face these HR roadblocks - in this time of crisis, it is critical businesses understand their obligations and adhere to the legal requirements and government guidelines.


Why you will learn?

  • earn how to manage challenging staffing and retention issues in this unprecendented period 
  • Get guidance to create or revise your current HR policies
  • Find out the options to help reduce your costs, retain staff and the process to follow if you are unable to do so
  • Understand your obligations to support employees working from home
  • Discover ways to keep your employees engaged, productive and motivated
  • Learn the essential steps if you are considering the furlough or redundancy routes
  • Find out what support and resources are available to help


Who is this event for?

If you are a UK based small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) or an entrepreneur looking for expert advice to manage the impact of COVID-19, this webinar could be of great value to your business.


What is the cost?

This webinar is free to join.


What's next?

To secure your place for this free webinar, simply click the Register button on this page.   

Don’t go it alone - support is available to help manage the potential impact of COVID-19 on your business. Book your place today.



Contact us

Have a question about the webinar? Email our team at businessevents@newable.co.uk


  "SMES matter. Small businesses are the backbone of the UK economy, driving growth, opening new markets and creating new jobs. They should be supported and encouraged to flourish.

- Chris Manson, CEO at Newable



About the SME COVID-19 Webinar Series 

This extensive free webinar series is designed to help support UK businesses to survive, sustain or evolve through COVID-19. From accessing loans, grants and schemes to addressing HR, supply chain or employee challenges, hear the latest advice from our expert presenters - view webinars here

Designed and organised by Newable on behalf of the Department for International Trade (DIT)Enterprise Europe Network and J.P. Morgan, the series is part of the Government effort aimed at supporting your company to get help, protect your business and save jobs. 

You can find the latest information about the Government support for business by visiting the Business Support website.

View all upcoming webinars at events.newable.co.uk.




General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) notice:

This webinar is planned and delivered by Newable Ltd in partnership with the Department for International Trade (DIT), Enterprise Europe Network for England, Northern Ireland and Wales (EEN) and J.P. Morgan.

A range of data points must be collected during the registration process to confirm your place on the webinar. Newable will retain your records for no longer than is necessary, and in accordance with our privacy notice. You can see our full privacy policy here.

Newable will not share your data with any other third parties that are not involved with the delivery of the event or funding of the project. Newable will share your personal data and business information with these delivery partners: information regarding the use and processing of personal data by partners can be found using the following links: The Department for International Trade (DIT), Enterprise Europe Network for England, Northern Ireland and Wales (EEN) and J.P. Morgan.