We will be covering the CIPD’s keynote speech on ‘Next Generation HR’ live from 4pm on Tuesday, 17 November.
If you work in HR, we welcome your contributions to the blog, which you can make by coming back to this web page on the day. It’s easy to comment, just go to the Cover It Live box below and press ‘play’.
Personnel Today‘s news team will be at the event in Manchester, reporting live. The session is expected to be introduced by Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) chief executive Jackie Orme, and will look at HR’s purpose post-recession. A new research project ‘Next Generation HR’, which explores emerging HR practice, will be unveiled.
We want your views on the project and themes discussed, as they happen. Key speakers at the event include John Wrighthouse, divisional director, HR at Nationwide Building Society; Alex Wilson, group HR director at BT and Therese Procter, HR director, retailing services at Tesco.
Make sure you log onto personneltoday.com at 4pm on Tuesday 17 November to watch the live coverage and comment as it happens.
We look forward to hearing your views.
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