Annual Conference 2019: The Future of Work
1 May 2019 | 10.00 to 14.30 (registration from 09.30 and lunch from 13.30) | Kindly hosted by Hogan Lovells International LLP, Atlantic House, Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2FG
Join us at our interactive and thought provoking 2019 Annual Conference for HR and D&I practitioners: The Future of Work!
Attending this inspiring event will give you best practice examples, access to the latest thinking and solutions to key challenges to take back to your workplace. Hear from influential speakers and panellists on the future of work and gain valuable insights about how work trends and patterns are evolving.
This insightful conference comprises a keynote address, two panel sessions and interactive roundtable discussions to ensure you get the most out of this event.
We have brought together a diverse range of speakers from different industry sectors, as well as policy leaders, to give you an inside look into how organisations are preparing for the future.
Hear from top thought leaders on the future of work including Matthew Taylor, author of Good Work: The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices; flexible working specialist Andy Lake; and senior leaders from Deloitte, Hogan Lovells, and Aviva.
Keynote address: We will hear from Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of the Arts (RSA) and author of the report ‘Good Work’; an independent review into modern employment, commissioned by the UK Prime Minister. Mr Taylor will be offering his insights into how to future-proof your organisation and how employers can contribute to the better and fairer work agenda.
The Conference is kindly hosted by Hogan Lovells
|Fees||Members (inclusive of VAT)||Non-Members (inclusive of VAT)|
|Dynamic and Aligned*||2 free places|
|Core*||1 free place|
|Organisation (250+ employees)||£295|
|Public Sector/ Not-For-Profit/ SMEs||£175|
Suppliers – This event is for HR and D&I practitioners only
* £138 inclusive of VAT for additional places after your free place/s quota has been reached
All events are subject to Working Families’ Terms and conditions