• The impact of the Internet on the workplace and the challenges this presents for HR professionals is one of the key themes at the Eversheds Employers' Convention: "Meeting the challenge of the Internet age", which is supported this year by Personnel Today.
The two-day event for senior HR managers is being held on 12-13 April at the Oulton Hall Hotel, Leeds. It combines plenary sessions with a choice of 16 interactive workshops including motivational speaker Jack Black, plus dinner with celebrity chef Anthony Worral Thompson.
"While the impact of the Internet on UK business is already profound, it's certain that the nature and extent of that influence will increase," said Eversheds' senior partner Martin Hopkins. "The convention will focus on what HRprofessionals can and should be doing to minimise, manage or even exploit it to the advantage of the business."
The emphasis is on delivering an inspiring programme, which provides long-lasting value to delegates and their businesses. All delegates will receive a copy of the Eversheds Workplace Survival Guide.
• For more information and bookings call Laura Morris 0121-232 1000 or visit the Eversheds web site at: www.employersconvention.com