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HR for Finance Directors

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London
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HR is the number one headache for finance directors!

More than 70% of SME finance directors have ultimate responsibility for HR in their company.

More than 75% of those rate challenges around recruitment, retention and employment law as amongst their biggest headaches.

In December 2017, the latest addition to the FD Surgery event programme – HR for Finance Directors – provided a focused and interactive forum where finance directors were able to learn from one another. The event will be returning at the end of this year.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2017

  • Coca Cola’s HR Director on how finance and HR have pulled together as the company diversifies beyond fizzy drinks
  • Recruitment – how to get it right first time
  • Top ten employment law developments to look out for
  • Innovative approaches to retaining your best staff
  • Crisis management: cost effective solutions to employee disputes
  • Generation x, y and z: getting to grips with an ever-changing workforce

Be the first to find out the date and location for the HR for Finance Directors 2018 event – register for updates!

WHO ATTENDED IN 2017?

FDs who have attended our events
in the last year

The Parks Trust

Carter Jonas

St James Group

Engage Partners

National Merchant Buying Society

Stratajet

Puffin Consulting

Blanco UK

Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers

SLE

A Gomez

Botanic Gardens Conservation International

Virtual1

New World Trading Company

…And many more

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2017 AGENDA

1:30
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Registration
How emerging technology is shaking up the finance function
2:00
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Managing your human capital during times of transformation
How Coca Cola’s finance and HR functions have adapted – and pulled together – as the business evolves beyond its core fizzy drinks brands
Coca-Cola
Square Peg
2:25
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Recruitment: Getting it right first time
According to Oxford Economics, the average cost of losing an employee is £30,000, with an additional £25,000 of lost productivity as their replacement gets up to speed. This panel debate will explore innovative recruitment techniques to help ensure you make the right hire from the outset.
2:55
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Interactive roundtable debate – recruitment
3:20
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Top ten employment law developments to look out for
The illegalisation of tribunal fees; changes to employee rights in the gig economy; a shift in the definition of disability and the impact of Brexit - a guide to the employment law developments that you cannot afford to ignore.
Irwin Mitchell
3:40
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Crisis management: The cost effective way to deal with employee disputes
Why conflict management is important for business growth and employee well-being
Acas London
4:00
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Coffee break
Networking and coffee break.
4:20
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Retention: innovative approaches to reducing staff turnover
With staff turnover costing the UK economy an estimated £4.13bn a year, a forward-thinking approach to engagement and development is critical to a healthy business.
New World Trading Company
The Happiness Index
4:40
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The compensation conundrum
From pay rises to profit share, a practical guide to human capital theory
5:10
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Interactive roundtable debate – retention
5:35
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Generation X,Y and Z: Getting to grips with a rapidly changing workplace
6:00
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Networking drinks
Conference close and networking drinks

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