Following on from the previous successful events, Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce has again teamed up with Hewett Recruitment for our 8th annual HR Professionals Conference.
The event is aimed at HR Professionals from companies of all sizes and sectors. It is a date not to be missed for those wanting to understand the current and future innovations and challenges facing businesses.
📅 Tuesday 23 November
💰 £40+VAT for Members / £55+VAT Non-members
Speakers and Topics:
Sally Morris, Partner and Head of Employment Law at mfg Solicitors
Post-pandemic update on legal issues
Having practiced employment law since 2001, Sally is a valuableasset for the firm. Sally is a leading employment law specialist.As head of employment, she advises commercial clients and senior executives on matters of employment. Sally has detailed knowledge and understanding of all contentious areas of employment law including unfair dismissal, discrimination and contractual claims.
Gill Slater, Head of Organisational and Learning Development at University of Worcester
The University as an employer has been responding to the ED&I agenda as it’s shifted from compliance with the legal framework to a model of ‘that’s how we do things’. The University has looked at the employee journey from recruitment and on-boarding, reward and recognition, engagement and employee relations, to leavers. It’s a fast changing landscape and there is still much to do, there are some small actions that can have a big impact in any organisation. Gill is part of HR team that has helped to shape the response and to track the progress.
Paul Barratt. Managing Director at Karndean Flooring
Karndean Flooring is a British, global leader in luxury flooring design for both homes and businesses. Established 45 years ago, the company now employs over 300 people worldwide. Since 2015, Paul has been responsible for the business in Europe which, after a lot of hard work, is now producing solid growth. Paul will cover all things growth and how to keep growing when facing challenges of rising costs, labour shortages, supply chain delays and high demand.