Many businesses invest a great deal in the recruitment process, scouring the market for the best talent and taking measures to ensure they [...]
Talent acquisition is a critical function in any organisation, and companies that don’t invest in their talent acquisition strategy risk missing out on [...]
Following a turbulent couple of years, many businesses have been forced to adopt new ways of working to accommodate the need for employees [...]
Today’s recruitment market is ever-changing and possess a plethora of challenges for companies looking to hire new staff. While some organisations choose to [...]
In today’s world, it’s increasingly important for companies to champion diversity in order to succeed. Far from being a passing phenomenon, diversity is [...]
If you are a business owner or HR professional, it is imperative that you stay ahead of any changes so that you can effectively manage your workforce, but sometimes this can feel difficult when you’re already busy running your business. Our employment law specialist, Mike Cole will be hosting this session, where he will look at the predicted key changes within the law that we can expect within the coming year.
We are delighted to welcome back Mitesh Sheth MBE, a firm HR Forum favourite, as he looks at the nuts and bolts of diversity and inclusion and how, as organisations, we need to rethink our approach beyond bias training, whilst creating a safe space for our employees. With his personal experience, hands-on approach along with with his mantra of 'less talk and more action', this promises to be an insightful session.
Mike Cole, Partner at Penningtons Manches LLP, will share a comprehensive update to help us be ready for our return to the workplace, along with a summary and review of new case law and changes in legislation.
Date: Thursday 18th March 2021 Time: 10:00am – 11:00am (approx finish time) Speaker: Katie Buckingham, Founder of Altruist Enterprises We all know that mental ill-health [...]
Recruitment and Recovery – how we can create a more productive and inclusive labour market