HR for Manufacturing - Launch Event

19th August 2012

The Manufacturing Industry employs around 2.

5 million people in the UK and in 2010 accounted for 10%, or £130 billion, of national economic output. Already positioned at the forefront of the sector in the UK, the Sheffield City Region is recognised across the world for its manufacturing expertise, quality and innovation. At Nabarro we're very proud of our long-standing tradition of supporting manufacturers in national and international supply chains. Our employment lawyers are recognised as leading experts in their fields, advising manufacturers on many of their day-to-day legal and business issues. Our experience is that the culture and management of the manufacturing industry bring particular HR issues. So Nabarro is launching a new forum, 'HR for Manufacturing' to bring together HR decision-makers in the sector to discuss burning issues within their organisations and share knowledge and solutions with likeminded professionals. Please join us for our launch breakfast on 26 April 2012. We will be giving useful insights into some of the latest HR legal issues affecting manufacturing organisations and our guest speaker Philip Webb, CEO of TAM UK will be looking at the psychology of managing and the impact of cultural change. We would also like your views on how the forum should take shape and the issues and themes you would like to debate at future events - so come along and have your say. Programme 08.30 Registration and bucks fizz breakfast 09.00 Introduction to HR for Manufacturing 09.10 Managing Cultural Change: Philip Webb, CEO of TAM UK 09.35 Harassment & Banter within manufacturing organisations the thin line: Nabarro 10.00 Open discussion 10.20 What's on the HR horizon for manufacturers? 10.30 Close Who Should Attend Senior HR professionals, FDs, MDs and any one else with overall responsibility for HR within your business. To book please email or call 0114 279 4265

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