Events

Upcoming events

We will bring you information about our upcoming events in Parliament and how you can get involved.

July 2024

Future of Management for our Future of Work

25/07/2024 – Palace of Westminster – Room TBC

The Better Hiring Institute have successfully worked with UK Government to make UK Hiring digital, remote, and flexible helping to drive the regionalisation and flexibility of work.

With more jobs now being done remotely, it is essential that UK business evolves how it manages staff to ensure we maximise productivity and profitability in our future of work. We have an opportunity to get more people into jobs and to drive UK productivity by embracing this new way of working. This in person session in Parliament will explore how management needs to evolve in future.

Join the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD), and Investors in People (IiP) to discuss how the UK brings about a revolution in how we manage remote teams and organisations

Click here to register your interest. Places are limited so we may not be able to provide places to everyone who registers.

If you are interested in attending, please contact us.

September 2024

How HR can stop the Worker Exploitation Crisis

Date TBC – Room TBC

Worker exploitation continues to grow in the UK with well publicised recent issues in the gig economy, the care sector, employment scams, immigration abuses amongst a range of other issues. This in person session of the Modernising Employment APPG chaired by Simon Fell MP (the Prime Minister’s Anti-Fraud Champion) will explore a range of worker exploitation topics and how they can be tackled by industry, government, and wider society.

Hear from a range of experts, civil servants, industry bodies on how worker exploitation is currently facilitated in the UK and how it can be prevented. Addressing issues right across the hiring journey starting with online job platforms that enable fake or misleading jobs, through supply chain issues including intermediaries and recruitment agencies, and into the challenges that relate to sectors such as the gig economy, permanent and insecure work.

Click here to register your interest. Places are limited so we may not be able to provide places to everyone who registers.