The CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition is once again taking over Manchester Central on 6-7 November 2019, bringing together the people profession for two days of unparalleled learning and networking opportunities. The CIPD will be holding an upgrading assessment event. If you’d like to upgrade your membership at the event, check what to do so you can secure your assessment spot: Upgrade to Chartered Member or Upgrade to Chartered Fellow. #BECIPDCHARTERED
Neurodiversity can be a key, rather than a barrier to success, with the right support in place. Fully understanding the different neurodiverse conditions and how they may affect an individual at work, arms organisations with the information needed to provide their employees with the appropriate reasonable adjustments.
We invited Ben Cooley, CEO of Hope for Justice, Rob Elvin managing partner, Squire Patton Boggs (Manchester office) and Susan Baniser from the Slave-Free Alliance to join us with senior HR representatives from Greater Manchester's largest organisations and guests to explore the state of Modern Slavery & Trafficking today and the actions we can take to end these crimes.
The CIPD's public policy engagement involves both engaging with ministers and other policy-makers and drawing on the knowledge and expertise within our 150,000-strong membership to inform our views to government.
Driving meaningful working lives in a more automated workplace