Date: 11 March 2015
Time: 4.00pm - 6.30pm followed by drinks and networking (registration from 3.30pm)
4.00pm - 5.15pm: Keynote presentation on current and predicted trends influencing the world of work followed by panel discussion
5.15pm - 6.30pm: World café round table discussions
Location: Prospero House, 241 Borough High Street, London SE1 1GA
The world of work is undergoing profound and rapid evolution, driven by social, technological and economic changes. What are the key current and predicted drivers behind these changes? How might the world of work evolve in the future? What are the implications for people management? How is the shifting nature of work affecting the labour market and the workplace? What are the policy implications? To what extent and in what ways should employment continue to be regulated by law?
Lewis Silkin LLP is pleased to host this inaugural Future of Work Hub event. We’ll bring together prominent opinion leaders and practitioners to explore their perspectives on these issues and you’ll have an opportunity to share your thoughts in world café round table discussions and afterwards networking over drinks.
This event is a unique opportunity for senior HR professionals and others in strategic or policy roles to gain key insights from leaders in the field, share perspectives on the changing world of work, consider the key challenges ahead and how HR, business and policy can best adapt to prepare for the future world of work. Places are limited so please do book early.
Who will be speaking?
- Dean van Leeuwen - Futurist, Chief Exploration Officer and co-founder of TomorrowToday Global
- Toby Peyton-Jones - HR Director UK & Assigned Countries, Siemens plc and Commissioner for the UK Commission for Employment & Skills
- Mark Beatson - Chief Economist, CIPD
- Geraint Johnes - Director, Work Foundation and Professor of Economics at Lancaster University
- James Davies - Joint Head of Employment, Lewis Silkin LLP
Sian Jones, a successful broadcaster and skilled conference facilitator, will facilitate this event.
For further information please contact us
To register for the event please click here.