CIPD Annual Conference & Exhibition 2013

Event: CIPD Annual Conference & Exhibition 2013 - 6-7 November

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Location: Manchester

Manchester Central Convention Complex, Petersfield, Manchester, M2 3GX

About the event: The CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition, taking place 6-7 November at Manchester Central, is the best place to get practical HR insights, new tools and techniques and inspiration that will help you lead your organisation into a bright future. Hear from expert HR professionals, from leading organisations, on how to be agile and innovative and pick up practical ideas you can implement, and see work, in your own business. 

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Slides from Event

Niall Ferguson presents ‘Communicating on the front foot’ at the CIPD Annual Conference and Exhibition 2013. This presentation outlines Auto Enrolment and the importance of communicating this with your employees.

 

 

 

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