Human Resources Conference

19th August 2012

Following on from the success of our Health & Safety Conference last month, the overwhelming feedback from delegates was for something similar for employment matters.

We have once again pulled together the very best quality speakers, case studies and exhibitors to provide an interactive conference hosted by Sheffield Chambers' Vice President Jon Stewart with a question and answer session at the end. Open to all businesses within the region with 5 or more employees, this event aims to be the regions main employment event of the year. Our aim is to help you manage your employment responsibilities by keeping up to date with new developments and promoting best practice. Our speakers and topics are: Jon Stewart, Managing Director at Siemens VAI Ltd Jillian Thomas, Managing Director at Future Life Weath Management -The Future is Pensions? Jane Worrell, Senior Employment Relations Adviser at ACAS -The Mediation Approach to Conflict Resolution Bridget Strong, Chief Executive, Sheffield MIND Mick Hood, HR Director at Tata Steel Speciality Steels -Change or Die! Catherine Evans, HR Manager at Sheffield International Venues -  -Work to Live not Live to Work: Employee Wellbeing and work-life balance Liesel Whitfield, Senior Associate Employment at Irwin Mitchell LLP -Legal Update Programme* Registration from 8.00am Breakfast and open networking with delegates and exhibitors 3 Speakers and 2 diverse case studies from manufacturing and leisure sectors Interactive question and answer session with the panel and audience hosted by Jon Stewart There will be time for networking with delegates and exhibitors during the morning. Date: Wednesday 9th May 2012 Venue: Niagara Conference Centre, Niagara Road, Wadsley Bridge, Sheffield, S6 1LU Cost: £15+VAT Venue Sponsor:

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