Symposium is the UK’s leading independent provider of HR training, conferences and webinars.
Due to the COVID outbreak, we are currently only running virtual events.
Most of our popular training topics will be available to book and attend online. Please see below for our forthcoming webinars.
Contact us here or call us on 020 7231 5100 if you have any further queries.
Forthcoming Virtual Events
These events are run ‘live’, via an online webinar service, with speakers and trainers presenting on the day and available interactive sessions and Q&As. Recorded versions of some events may also be available following the live version.
These recordings from live events offer a valuable ‘second chance’ to ‘attend’ the event if you missed the orginal date or to re-watch content if you were an attendee on the live date.
We caught up with Jo Dodds from Engage for Success to discuss engagement and a look into her presentation at the upcoming Employee Engagement Summit 2020. 1) What are your organisation's biggest challenges for employee engagement? As a movement with a mission to help...
We caught up with Kath Howard, Head of Human Resources at the Samaritans before she joins us to speak at the 2020 Employee Engagement Summit. What are your organisation's biggest challenges for employee engagement? From an employee perspective, our biggest challenges...
Institute of Student Employers Chief Executive, Stephen Isherwood, will be returning as Chair at the 13th annual Graduate Recruitment and Development Forum Stephen was appointed Chief Executive of the ISE (Institute of Student Employers) in June 2013 following seven...
We caught up with Amy Priest - Wellbeing Manager at Experian and speaker at the upcoming Workplace Wellbeing and Stress Forum - to discuss her role and wellbeing expertise What is your background and how long have you been involved in wellbeing and mental...
HR Blog Posts
More than three quarters of managers are calling for their business to offer more support and education around mental wellbeing in the workplace.
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE) is hoping that newly appointed chancellor of the exchequer, Sajid Javid will scrap IR35 as they feel it “is a massive bureaucratic drag” and will cause sizeable damages.
Pregnant women and new mothers returning to work could receive two years of legal protection against redundancy, with new protections being put in place this month, which adds another six month period of protection for women after they return to their jobs.
A new CV-Library report shows that the majority of UK employees enjoy their job, and highlights the happiest cities in the UK