In collaboration with Humber LEP and as part of Humber Business Week 2018, our CIPD conference this year will consider how, as Humber-based employers, we can grow a sustainable and skilled workforce in the region.
We all experience skills shortages in the region. This event will explore alternative recruitment and retention strategies and practices to offer solutions to address current and future skills and labour gaps. In a candidate-led market we will discuss how we can attract and retain the best possible talent to enable a competitive edge, develop our businesses and support economic growth. The conference will also consider the implications of Brexit, as well as sharing research and tools to help organisations with workforce planning.
The Solutions Village will provide interesting perspectives on practical solutions to your business, allowing an opportunity to network, explore ideas and start conversations to assist you address the recruitment, retention and development problems you face on a daily basis.
Confirmed speakers include:
• Daphne Doody-Green, Head of CIPD Northern England
• Kishor Tailor, Chief Executive, Humber LEP
• Julie Williams, Chair of Humber Talent Forum
• Gerwyn Davies, Labour Market Adviser, CIPD
• Mike Rustill, Head of Learning and Development, Wescot Credit Services
• Kerrie Jaquest and Jen Vincent, Careers and Enterprise Coordinators, Careers & Enterprise Company
Book early for our popular FREE Transforming the Humber 2018 event.
Who should attend?
For business professionals and CIPD colleagues who have an interest in retaining and developing a sustainable, skilled workforce.
“As your Host I look forward to welcoming you to our informative CIPD Humber Branch Annual Conference, as part of Humber Business Week 2018. We have some fantastic speakers on a range of recruitment, retention and development topics, offer amazing networking opportunities and our Solutions Village guarantees to provide you with plenty of inspirational solutions to the business issues we all face. See you on the 5th June!”
Phil Quinn, Chartered FCIPD, Humber Branch Chair