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.
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.
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.
We are excited to announce many of the speakers for this highly anticipated conference that will explore the latest innovations and thought leadership in the apprentices and school leavers market.
For many organisations, stress has been a growing issue over the past few years – replacing muskulo-skeletal issues as a primary cause of absence. But now the debate is moving to wider mental health issues in the work place.
We are excited to announce initial speakers for this highly anticipated conference that will explore the latest innovations in the recruitment market in 2017 and beyond.
With this highly anticipated third annual conference round the corner, we are delighted announce a first look at the programme and speakers list for this key event.
On 8th June, delegates and businesses from across the UK attended the highly regarded ProGlobal Summit – Symposium’s global mobility and expatriate management conference – at the Hilton Hotel, Canary Wharf to explore the state of the market in 2017.
ProGlobal 2017 is Symposium’s 9th annual global mobility forum covering the strategic and practical aspects of assignment management in the current VUCA climate as well as examining the future direction of global mobility, changing assignment types and how the global mobility role and scope is changing.
The 14th annual [email protected] Summit at the Holiday Inn, Kensington saw delegates and speakers from a wide range of businesses and industries come together to explore the challenges facing the workplace health movement in 2017: as well as thought leadership to help overcome them.