2017 was an interesting year for employment law – with Brexit, the gender pay gap, sexual harrassment and the gig economy dominating the headlines: and we can expect 2018 to continue in the same vein. Here’s a rundown of the key areas to watch in the year ahead
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The 13th annual Employee Engagement and Rewards Summit is one of the most highly anticipated events on the Symposium calendar – and we are delighted to announce a first look at the programme for this year’s leading conference
With the UK’s productivity under close scrutiny, during the budget and as a result of ONS statistics, the “Always On Con” research from The Workforce Institute Europe at Kronos has revealed that British workers consistently under-perform compared to their European counterparts.
After a huge year for Apprenticeships, this highly popular annual conference explored the impact of the Apprenticeship Levy, outstanding case studies from leading organisations as well as invaluable best practice, research and data to help delegates substantially grow their organisation through apprentices.
The 11th annual Graduate Recruitment and Development Conference will share the latest strategies to attract, retain and develop the brightest graduate talent in the current competitive market.
We are currently putting together our schedule of leading HR conferences for 2018 – save money with Early Bird pricing on many of the dates by booking early.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) represents a series of extensive and (in part) complex changes that businesses will need to incorporate and keep under review from 25 May 2018. Implementation will require several parts of the business working together to ensure that all aspects of data storage and processing within the business is GDPR ready.
On Thursday 23rd November, the Park Plaza Hotel, Waterloo hosted the 12th annual Workplace Wellbeing and Stress Forum – chaired by renowned stress expert Neil Shah from the Stress Management Society and featuring speakers from a range of industry leading organisations.
Last week, leading HR news platform and our event media partner HRreview launched their Apprentices and School Leavers week – a week of exclusive content and articles focused on this important topic.