The Future of Work – Preparing for Tomorrow

Published: 30 July 2009

In the face of the current economic climate many organisations are thinking about making short term changes. It is crucial that these changes are made on a well informed understanding of the future workplace so that they are not only of benefit now but in the long term when the economy recovers.

The conference will allow delegates to look at the most significant challenges facing organisations including:

  • Gender and the representation of women at senior levels
  • The need to think fathers
  • Employee engagement
  • Generational differences

The morning session will put the issues into context and the afternoon speakers will provide the practical know-how which will enable organisations to prepare for tomorrow.

Delegates will be the first to receive the Future of Work publication which includes contributions from leading thinkers, politicians and business people.

Confirmed speakers to date include:

  • Wendy Becker, MD, TalkTalk
  • Duncan Fisher OBE
  • Baroness Denise Kingsmill CBE
  • Jim Walsh, HR Director – Employment Culture, Diageo
  • Professor Cary L. Cooper CBE, Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health,
    Lancaster University

Plus – AMV BBDO, BP International Ltd

Date

Wednesday 30th September 2009, 9.30am – 4.15pm

Venue

BP, 1 St James’s Square, London, SW1Y 4PD

Who should attend

Managers and directors of human resources, diversity and inclusion, talent management and strategy

How to book

Visit Working Families’ website

For further enquiries please contact:

Rebecca Christie, Events & Employer Services Manager
Tel: 020 7017 0066
Email: events@workingfamilies.org.uk  

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