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Preparing for the future workforce

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Various social, economic and technological factors have driven flexible and remote working, but will this really be the model of the future and how should you prepare for it?

The Supper Club’s Talent Tactics report explored the motivations and expectations of the millennial workforce to help business owners recruit, retain and develop top performers. But how do Gen X and Y differ in their needs and expectations, and how will Gen Z want to work? How will office spaces evolve to become more attractive? What are the leadership and management challenges of an increasingly remote workforce, and how will freelancers learn and develop professionally? And what does all of this mean for today’s high growth businesses, and how should they prepare for the future workforce?

We will be joined by Jon Taylor, who heads up the Employment team at EMW as well as practicing as an employment lawyer. Jon has spent over 20 years advising clients in relation to a wide range of employment, discrimination, pensions and HR related matters. 

Jon has been featured on numerous occasions in the Financial Times within the Employment section and he has been quoted in the Daily Telegraph, the Times, Daily Express and various trade publications commenting on current employment issues. He has also appeared on Sky News commenting on issues surrounding the employment of individuals with extremist views. 
This breakfast will explore, but will not be limited to:
  • trends driving freelance and remote working
  • recruitment solutions and new ways to access talent
  • tech tools and tactics to increase productivity and reduce cost
  • learning and coaching solutions to new leadership & management challenges
  • the impact of GDPR on recruitment and employee risk
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Thursday 28 June, 2018 8am

Smith and Wollensky, The Adelphi Building, Covent Garden Riverside, 1-11 John Adam St, London WC2N 6