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Middlesex University

The People and Skills Network is an industry-based forum for peer-to-peer sharing and learning. We hope to consider the key HR challenges and opportunities affecting your people and business, including political and legal developments as well as workplace trends

Join us for CBI's first People and Skills Network event being held in London.

This senior level roundtable discussion will be delivered over lunch by Eugenia Migliori, CBI’s Principal Policy Advisor, Employment Law and Employee Relations. Eugenia will be giving you an update in the areas including diversity and inclusion, immigration, skills and current labour market trends. This will also be an opportunity for you to shape our next meeting which will have a more specific topic for discussion.  

Why attend? 

  • Opportunity to address the key issues and challenges affecting your industry 
  • Help influence and shape CBI policy 
  • Share best practice with your peers over lunch 
  • Gain practical takeaways which can be implemented into your business 
  • Forge new connections, gain thought-provoking insights and celebrate business success 

We are pleased to announce that this event is being supported by Middlesex University and we are delighted to be working with them on this event.  

If you would like more information or attend this event please contact cam.ly@cbi.org.uk 

This event is exclusively for CBI members only

Eugenia Migliori

Eugenia is Principal Policy Adviser of the Employment Team and leads on Diversity and Inclusion. Before joining the CBI, Eugenia worked at the United Nations and before that she held different positions at the Argentinian Government for 8 years.

Eugenia holds a Master in Public Administration and Management (UCL). 


Why join the People & Skills Network?

HR leaders (and those with a significant HR function in their job role) will have the opportunity to address the key issues and challenges affecting their industry, including policy, law and workplace. Through a range of topical themes, including migration, gender pay gap, and workplace health & wellbeing, each HR leader will share practical insight, best practice and help to shape and influence CBI's policy work in people and skills area.

Find out more about CBI People & Skills policy