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March 19, 2024 11:00 am - 12:15 pm



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The Future of Work: Work, Workforce & Workplace 

The landscape of work is rapidly evolving, driven by technological advancements, changing demographics, and shifting employee expectations. To thrive in this dynamic environment, it’s essential for businesses to stay ahead of the curve and understand the key trends shaping the future of work, workforce, and workplace. 

What to Expect: 

Join us for our first virtual Business Leaders Forum for Inspire, Lead and Business Alliance Members. We will be joined by industry experts who will delve into the transformative forces reshaping the world of work. Through engaging presentations, insightful discussion, and Q&A, you’ll gain valuable insights into the future of work, workforce dynamics, and workplace trends.

Featured Speakers: 

Neera Ridler-Mayor, Director, Deloitte 

Neera will introduce us to the concept of the Future of Work, highlighting the interconnectedness of work, workforce and workplace, and its significance in shaping the future landscape of employment. She will focus on the future of technology, particularly Generative AI, and its impact on processes and people 

Paul Berwick, Director, Michael Page Human Resources 

Paul will discuss changes to workforce, looking at the broader expectations of employees above and beyond traditional benefit packages, the impact of hybrid working, and staff shortages as a result of Brexit.  

Philip Waite, Managing Director, Aitchison Raffety

Philip will explore the latest commercial property trends and their implications for the future of work, looking at how organisations are adapting their physical footprint and spaces to meet the evolving needs of a hybrid workforce. 


This event is open to Inspire, Lead and Business Alliance members of the Chamber only. To register your place, please contact Rosie Sweeney

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