HR Forum London: Future-proofing your workforce

Plan for the future by utilising your workforce – Educating, training and encouraging staff to develop themselves.

Join us on 11th October 2018 at our latest HR Forum event in London.

Take advantage of the latest thinking about how to make your work environment productive and attractive to existing employees and new. As recruitment becomes tougher and more expensive; SA Law’s next HR Forum explores the strategies that keep employees wanting to work for you and feeling fulfilled in their role.

Most employee resignations kick off the costly process of finding a replacement, but can also lead to a range of indirect costs that your organisation could probably do without. Resource shortages put existing work at risk, while changes in personnel can interrupt projects and growth strategies. Multiple resignations in a short time frame can also cause morale issues that impact productivity.

Future-proofing is the practice of introducing strategies that make your organisation as attractive as possible so employees stay for longer. This not only helps to reduce direct and indirect costs, but also delivers all the benefits of having employees move up the ranks, taking their expertise with them.

SA Law’s employment experts will take a close look at what makes a future-proofed workforce, with plenty of opportunities to put your questions to the panel. HR professionals, senior directors and owner-managers will benefit from insights into:

  • Employee evolution: How does the employee of today compare with ten years ago?
  • Training and development: What is the latest thinking on upskilling and skill-sharing?
  • Agile and flexible working: How do you build flexibility with trust and confidence?
  • Working environments: What are the pros and cons of different types?
  • Presenteeism: How do you avoid burning employees out, and what are the warning signs?

The session will finish with the customary networking lunch where you can talk one-to-one with HR professionals in an informal environment.

Book your place by clicking here.

If you have any questions in the meantime please contact events@salaw.com

About SA Law's HR Forums

SA Law’s seminars are friendly, informal and offer excellent opportunities to put your questions to the panel, chat with legal experts one-to-one, and network with peers.

The SA Law HR Forum is specifically tailored for HR professionals and the sessions are delivered by our expert employment solicitors.

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