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The New World of Work: Fresh Strategies for the Workplace

December

04

2018

FPC has joined with Produce Business UK and the Fresh Careers Fair to host The New World of Work: Fresh Strategies for the Workplace, a brand-new event aimed at HR professionals in the fresh produce, foodservice and retail sectors.

This event, sponsored by MorePeople, offers you a unique opportunity to meet and hear from some of the key influencers in HR today.

13:30

Registration

14:00

Introduction

Nigel Jenney

FPC

14:10

Key forces shaping the new world

Philip will take you on a whistle-stop tour of the new world of work. Here he will look at the key forces shaping the new world of work and expectations of gen z as they enter the workplace for the first time. He will also explore the collisions of technology, people and place in the future and what this ultimately means for the future of work.

Philip Ross

UnGroup (UnWired & UnWork) and Cordless Group

14:40

How to to create an innovative environment in a traditional sector

David is responsible for global people strategy, organisation design, succession planning and talent development. His career in HR has included posts at Carlsberg and Norbert Dentressangle (now XPO Logistics), although David originally started out as a chartered engineer.

David Frost

Total Produce

15:15

Networking break

15:45

Fresh Strategies for the Workplace

This session will focus on looking at the challenges of the workplace today such as the impact of digital technology and the importance of employee well-being and will give examples of models and theories that relate to these issues.

Perry Timms

People and Transformational HR

16:45

Closing remarks

17:00

Champagne networking reception

19:00

End

Philip Ross

Philip Ross

Futurologist, global speaker and CEO

UnGroup (UnWired & UnWork) and Cordless Group

David Frost

David Frost

Group Organisational Development Director

Total Produce

David is responsible for global people strategy, organisation design, succession planning and talent development. His career in HR has included posts at Carlsberg and Norbert Dentressangle (now XPO Logistics), although David originally started out as a chartered engineer.

Perry Timms

Perry Timms

HR Most Influential Thinker, renowned blogger and founder

People and Transformational HR