An industry-based conference for peer-to-peer sharing and learning. HR leaders will address the key challenges and opportunities affecting their industry, including policy, law and workplace.
To attract future talent and drive successful growth, businesses need to create workplaces that will enable and successfully utilise the skills of a radically more diverse workplace, embracing the changing world of work with AI and maximising the capabilities of both. There are a range of dynamics driving today’s conversations around workplaces – from flexible working and social mobility through gender diversity and inclusion to harnessing the talent of workers at both ends of the age and experience spectrum.
How can businesses identify and adopt successful strategies that will appeal to and cater for the next generation of talent? It’s essential to explore the different ways to identify and source talent and how to create a workforce that enables businesses to thrive.
Who should attend?
This conference is designed specifically for senior executives working in a major HR function. With in-depth presentations from guest speakers, the conference aims to give inspired ideas that may improve employee and overall organisational performance.
- Opportunity to address the key issues and challenges affecting your industry
- Help influence and shape CBI policy
- Share best practice with your peers
- Practical takeaways which can implemented into your business
Through a mix of plenary and panels discussions and breakout sessions, the conference will address the key issues facing the senior HR community in business sectors and industries across Northern Ireland.
Topics addressed at the conference will include:
- Changing world of work: AI and job roles
- Access to talent
- Health and wellbeing
- Developing talent and retaining staff
- Government agenda: Taylor Review, Apprenticeship levy, immigration
The progranne, speakers and details about how to register will be published soon.
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To find out about sponsorship or PR opportunities at the event, please contact the event organiser, Karen.Hoey@cbi.org.uk