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The Apprenticeship Levy: How to make it work for your business

The apprenticeship levy is taking effect in April 2017 meaning that the way the government funds apprenticeships in England is changing.

Some employers will be required to contribute to a new apprenticeship levy, and there will be changes to the funding for apprenticeship training for all employers.

Join ADP in discussing how best to prepare your business for the levy.
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  • Talent Scarcity & Benefits Trends in 2022 Nov 18 2021 11:00 am UTC 60 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Alistair Dornan, Director, Gallagher Benefit Services
    The research conducted by Gallagher showed that the COVID-19 pandemic has forced organisations to rethink their priorities. The last 18 months have had an effect on key values across society and in turn will impact how benefits are used going forward.

    Organisations are facing the challenge of balancing the employee experience and talent scarcity in a competitive wage environment, whilst managing their benefits spend.

    Gallagher’s 2021 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Report allows employers to see where they stand against national averages to identify opportunities for differentiation and optimisation. It is designed to assist employers in redefining what they stand for and how they demonstrate this through the reward and benefits offered to their people.

    We are looking forward to seeing you there!
  • New Best Practice for Parental Leave Returners Recorded: Oct 14 2021 62 mins
    James Marsh, HRr; Iole Matthews, Bright Horizons, Laura Moynahan, Societe Generale; Alice Thompson
    Newly released research, from Bright Horizons, reveals what parental leave returners value most and what they expect from employers. It also provides a league table of policies and benefits across sectors. With family life and the work-life equation higher up the organisational agenda, employers are competing more than ever to engage and retain new parents.

    Hear from leading employer Société Générale about their parental leave programme which equips individuals and their line managers for a smooth transition before, during and on return for parental leave.

    And find out what happens when it all goes badly wrong. Hear directly from Estate Agent, Alice Thompson whose recent tribunal case hit the headlines with urgent lessons about responding to flexible working requests from new parents. In this lively discussion for National Work-Life Week, leading experts will address the elements of best practice for parental leave takers and debate the following

    - Where do you start in deciding on your organisation's specific needs and how do you measure impact?

    - What role do managers and leaders play in creating a culture and walking the talk around empowering working parents?

    - Benchmark your provision against Parental Leave Policy trends across different sectors

    Register for free before 11am on 14th October to listen live!

    Presented by

    James Marsh, HR Manager at Planet Organic and former Editor of HRreview

    Laura Moynihan, Senior HR Business Partner, Société Générale

    Iole Matthews, Head of Coaching and Consultancy, Bright Horizons

    Alice Thompson, Estate Agent, who was awarded £185,000 for indirect sex discrimination
  • Rising Resilient - The Manager of the Future Recorded: Oct 7 2021 59 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Dr Avneet Kaur, Principal Consultant, Aon; Shivanker Singh, Director Global Strategic Growth, Aon
    Resilience requires visionary leadership, a continuous dialogue with your workforce, and a well-rounded programme of wellbeing that supports diverse needs.

    Businesses that are putting their people first are more likely to thrive. By creating a workplace environment that provides security, motivation, and belonging, they are more able to weather the fiercest of storms. They are rising, resilient.

    Responsible for another’s workload, workplace, welfare and career progression, managers have a huge responsibility. Hybrid working now brings another level of complexity to team engagement, coaching, performance management and team wellbeing management.

    Organisations must identify those who can lead, engage and inspire; those that can help shape their own teams and take them forward.

    As a HR leader, how do you do this? How can you identify those who will be successful both now and, in the future, regardless of organisational change? How do you develop and retain your employees, and ensure their wellbeing and safety as new working models continue to emerge?
  • The battle for Top young talent 2021 Recorded: Sep 30 2021 63 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Nicole Tucker, iCIMS; Rhea Moss, iCIMS
    Move over Millennials! – Gen Z is entering the job market in full force. That means 68 million new candidates are looking for jobs, and the best and brightest will go to the companies that make the most impact.

    So what can your company do to stand out to Gen Z candidates?

    Join us for a chat with Nicole Tucker (Global Talent Acquisition Director at iCIMS), and Rhea Moss (Director of Customer Intelligence and Data insights at iCIMS), on how organizations can attract Gen Z candidates, covering topics including:

    The state of the market:
    - What Gen Z considers when looking for jobs
    - The importance of authentic, digital content
    - How companies can increase Gen Z job hiring and retention

    We look forward to seeing you – save your seat today!
  • How to Create a More Human-Centric HR Function Recorded: Jul 15 2021 62 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Mary Ryan Kelly, HSE; Kevin Kelly, HSE; Mark O’Connor, UiPath
    HR professionals want to be “employee experience architects” but many spend far too much time dealing with computer interfaces and paperwork instead of interacting face-to-face with employees.
    What if there is a real opportunity for you to spend more time with people, driving talent development, and creating a better employee experience?

    Join HSE Ireland and UiPath to learn how automation can free up your time from data heavy, manual tasks, so you and your team can focus on more valuable activities for the company.

    Benefits of attending:

    - Hear from HSE on benefits achieved by automating processes across recruitment, vetting and hiring across the Irish Government
    - Discover the range of tasks that can be automated within HR
    - Learn about the vast array of advantages HR professionals can achieve from automation

    Our Panel:
    James Marsh, HRreview
    Mary Ryan Kelly, Special Projects Lead, Personnel & HR, HSE
    Kevin Kelly, RPA Lead, HSE
    Mark O’Connor, Account Director, UiPath
  • Wellbeing in our new Hybrid World: A rethink for employers Recorded: Jul 8 2021 63 mins
    James Marsh,HRr; Jennifer Liston-Smith, Bright Horizons; Karen Adewoyin, NHS Foundation; Karen Harbisher, Bright Horizons
    As we reach the half-way point in 2021, most employers feel dual pulls: to forge ahead with business plans and continue the focus on wellbeing from lockdown days.

    Many employers, managers and indeed employees and are keen to use offices and collaborative space to rebuild team culture. They also have changed expectations about work, blending onsite working with focused remote working in a new hybrid model.

    The backdrop to this surge of activity includes the long-term health and mental health impacts of covid and of the lockdowns. This is a critical moment for employers to get it right: practically, culturally and emotionally. How do we regenerate culture, refocus on business plans and also nurture mental health?

    In this lively discussion, we will unpick what actually works to support wellbeing for the workforce at a time of transition, when the focus is on both productivity and on re-engagement. We will draw particular learning from experience with front-line workers.

    Our panel will examine practical wellbeing strategies from a range of angles:

    • What does a robust wellbeing strategy include for a hybrid workforce?
    • With a clearer focus now on home life, what can employers do to support the wellbeing of working parents with the summer ahead bringing more holidays as well as concerns about educational catchup?
    • What should employers do to recognise employees’ new and ongoing caring responsibilities after a time of trauma and change for many?
    • What can we all learn from what works for staff wellbeing in a front-line setting such as the NHS?

    Presented by

    · James Marsh, HR Manager at Planet Organic and former Editor of HRreview

    · Karen Adewoyin, Deputy Director of People and OD, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

    · Karen Harbisher, Head of HR Business Partnering and Performance, Bright Horizons

    · Jennifer Liston-Smith, Head of Thought Leadership, Bright Horizons
  • Reinventing HR: Designing the employee experience Recorded: Jun 24 2021 63 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Patricia Molenaar, SD Worx; Emma Leonis, LACE Partners; Bob Rehill, Bob Rehill & Associates
    Covid-19 has changed the employee experience landscape. Not only has it altered the type and frequency of touch points, but it has also forced businesses to rethink their employee experience strategies.

    Employees want tools that simplify their daily administrative tasks and the search for information. They want consistent user experiences across workplace applications. They want a smooth, frictionless way to interact with their managers and employers. On top of that – they expect a personalised experience that makes them feel valued as an employee.

    Today, more and more businesses are choosing an end-to-end suite that takes care of the entire employee lifecycle. But organisations who are redesigning the employee experience, without considering payroll, are missing a trick.

    Payroll information touches so many elements of HR, whether attracting, on-boarding, developing, rewarding or retaining talent, that it’s become hard to separate the technology supporting both functions.

    Join Patricia Molenaar, Senior Vice President at SD Worx, Emma Leonis, Executive Director of HR Transformation LACE Partners and Bob Rehill, Founder of Bob Rehill & Associates for this webinar, where you’ll discover:

    • Employee experience drivers – what do employees really want?
    • How to create a personalised experience at every HR touch point
    • The understated power of employee self-service
    • The advantages of a digital HR infrastructure supported by payroll
  • Mind the Trust Gap – Insights on Recruitment in 2021 Recorded: Jun 17 2021 63 mins
    James Marsh, HRr; Matt Johns, Thomas International; Jayson Darby, Thomas International; Ali Waters, Ali Waters Associates
    Recent research conducted by Thomas International suggests that recruitment processes in the UK are broken, with more than half of all new hires not working out as planned.

    But why?

    In spring 2021, we spoke to HR and talent leaders across sectors to find out how they hire, the common challenges they face, what works in the hiring process – and what doesn’t.

    Join our webinar panel as we explore our research findings and share practical lessons on how to rebuild trust in their recruitment processes by finding new methods for identifying and securing the right talent.

    Topics will include:

    - Common factors undermining trust in HR processes

    - Examples of successful approaches in tackling such issues

    - The role of HR technology in delivering a future fit workforce
  • Building a Sustainable DE&I Talent Strategy Recorded: Jun 10 2021 62 mins
    James Marsh, HRr; Shazeaa Ingar, Aon; Caroline Courtin, BNPP Global; Claire Harvey, Vodafone
    We all know greater workforce diversity leads to new ideas and fresh perspectives which boost creativity, whilst inclusion at work enhances workforce productivity and wellbeing. However, organisations who have implemented DE&I initiatives have trouble evaluating outcomes, so how do you move beyond those targets and realise the full benefits of a truly inclusive workforce?

    Join us on the 10th June at 11:00AM with key speakers from HRreview and Aon who will discuss:

    - Rethinking Potential: Using an inclusive definition and methodology
    - Building lasting DE&I strategies: Creating a holistic solution and exploring use cases
    - Fostering a culture of Inclusivity: Creating lasting workplace change and evaluating outcomes

    We look forward to meeting you on the 10th June at 11:00AM
  • Humanize your brand and transform your hiring Recorded: May 27 2021 59 mins
    David Wilson, Fosway Group; Alykhan Rehmatullah, iCIMS; Nicole Tucker, iCIMS
    Join us for a recorded roundtable discussion where David Wilson (Founder & CEO of Fosway, Europe's #1 HR Industry Analyst), Alykhan Rehmatullah (Former founder and CEO of Altru) and Nicole Tucker (Talent Acquisition Manager, iCIMS) deep dive into Talent Attraction and share their learnings and insights on the following topics:

    - Talent as the ultimate competitive advantage
    - Candidates now behave like customers - your candidate acquisition strategy needs innovation
    - What role employee-generated content plays within your TA strategy and best practices
  • Reinventing HR: The flexible work revolution Recorded: May 20 2021 62 mins
    James Marsh, HRr; Join Colette Philp, HR Director, SD Worx; Bob Rehill, Founder of Bob Rehill & Associates
    One-size-fits-all permanent contracts are relics of the past. Embracing flexible contracts and work assignments means that both businesses and employees gain unprecedented agility – but this can also create complexity for payroll and HR teams.

    With Covid-19, employers have a new challenge on their plates. Will their current skill needs look different tomorrow? Fluctuations in demands make it difficult to plan ahead and companies are increasingly being forced to rethink their talent management strategies.

    As companies recover from the pandemic, more flexibility in the workforce is an appealing prospect for organisations fighting the war against talent. Employee experience should also stay front of mind – but after months of lockdown, how much flexibility do employees really want?

    Organisations who opt for a flexible talent management strategy need the right tech in place to allow this flexibility to be possible and to create one consistent user experience for their people. They must also ensure tight legal compliance across their payroll and HR processes.

    Join Colette Philp, HR Director at SD Worx, and Bob Rehill, Founder of Bob Rehill & Associates, to discover:

    • What flexibility looks like to the post-Covid workforce
    • One size doesn’t fit all – creating different flexible working policies for different employees
    • Brand culture vs flexible working – how to strike the perfect balance
    • How to ensure watertight compliance with a flexible workforce
  • What’s Next in Work-Life Balance? Recorded: May 13 2021 63 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Jennifer Liston-Smith, Bright Horizons; Denise Priest, Bright Horizons; Oliver Black, Bright Horizons
    For employers and employees, Q2 means a series of tentative steps out of self-preservation and into new ways of working. Innovation is much discussed. Employers have taken turns to announce plans for their version of hybrid working with difference emphases on office, remote, hub-based or blended work patterns.

    Meanwhile, as we experiment with new normals, the summer holidays loom large and working parents face the annual juggle. Employers have been much more involved in care provision and also in supporting wellbeing and mental health.
    In this lively discussion, senior leaders from Bright Horizons share lived experience from working with over 300 of the UK’s leading employers to support work and family. Their client partnerships span top law firms and banks through to tech giants, NHS and fast-moving consumer goods.

    Through their just-launched research and their day-to-day conversations they have granular insights into what works and what’s next. Join us to hear from these leading thinkers as we discuss the trends. Has work-life balance taken on a whole new meaning? Will employers continue to play a strong role in enabling ‘life’ through benefits, programmes and greater choice? Or will remote working deliver an always-on, work-first culture?
  • Address the skills gap and futureproof your L&D strategy! Recorded: Apr 29 2021 64 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Agata Nowakowska, Skillsoft; David Wilson, Fosway Group; Caroline Ford, AstraZeneca
    With the global workplace in a fractious state for the last 12 months, many companies transitioned employees to working from home. This created new challenges for HR leaders from providing clear guidance to reinforcing HR policies.

    To add further complexity to the situation, Government figures reveal that the existing digital skills gap saw the UK lose out on £63 billion in 2016-2017 alone with evidence showing that the skills gap continues to widen.

    It's clear that many organisations do not have all of the right skills to fill the continually shifting demands they face today. With increased digitalisation across even traditional sectors, the pressure is on organisations to actively address the challenge both now and post-pandemic.

    So, what can organisations do to address and close the skills gap?

    Register now to hear expert advice from Skillsoft’s Area VP for EMEA, insights from the CEO of The Fosway Group, alongside special guest pharmaceutical giant, AstraZeneca where they will discuss:

    • The breadth and depth of the challenge ahead
    • How to identify the roles and individuals who can be reskilled and repurposed
    • The importance of communication between HR, L&D and business leaders
    • How to plan your skills strategy to suit your business
    • How to scale and optimise your L&D function
  • Reinventing HR: Workforce management in the age of fluidity Recorded: Apr 22 2021 63 mins
    James Marsh, HRr; Bob Rehill, Bob Rehill and Associates; Cathy Geerts, Chief HR officer, SD Worx
    The switch to mobile, remote and flexible working, combined with a mix of permanent and contingent talent, presents challenges to effective workforce management. From tracking time and attendance, measuring performance and productivity, ensuring accurate remuneration and aligning talent to objectives, modern workforce management demands a smart, real-time solution.

    By integrating payroll with the entire people suite, including talent and workforce management, organisations have a single source of truth for seamless data sharing between departments. This enables greater insights and control over operations which leads to more accurate, efficient and agile ways of working.

    Without complications, HR can focus on strategic initiatives for the fluid workforce, such as embracing talent mobility and developing a strong company culture that embraces both permanent and contingent workers.

    Join Bob Rehill, from Bob Rehill and Associates, and Cathy Geerts, Chief HR officer at SD Worx, for this webinar, where you’ll discover:

    • The benefits of fluid workforce management and how this can be achieved
    • Payroll’s impact on fluid workforce management and how to get the foundations right
    • How to adapt your talent management strategy to focus on fluid capabilities
  • Rethinking Workplace Diversity: Cultivating an inclusive workforce Recorded: Apr 8 2021 60 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Mollie Tatlow, Thomas International; Neal Verman, Chestertons
    85% of CEOs whose organisations have a D&I strategy say it has enhanced business performance.
    (PwC, 2015)

    Workplace diversity is far more than just a moral issue. Organisations can harness the difference in people to help them become more successful, more innovative, more skilled and better able to cater to their diverse clients’ needs. However, putting the right steps in place to build a diverse workforce can be challenging. So, what can you do?

    Join Organisational Psychologist, Mollie Tatlow & Neal Verman, HR Director at Chestertons as they discuss the importance of having a D&I strategy in your recruitment and people processes, how to cultivate an inclusive workforce and the challenges you may come across.

    Key takeaways:
    • Why is diversity important in the workplace?
    • Useful statistics on bias, diversity and inclusion
    • How you can cultivate diversity in the workplace

    This webinar is for HR professionals, leaders and managers looking to improve their diversity and inclusion strategy by addressing unconscious bias in the workplace.
  • Driving employee growth and development through negative feedback Recorded: Mar 25 2021 63 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Charlotte Mosley, Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp
    One of the top drivers of employee engagement and retention is access to continuous learning and development, but this requires quality feedback that includes a plan for improvement and achievement. The trouble? It can be awkward or uncomfortable to give this kind of negative feedback to others, and recipients are often resistant to hearing it.

    Join Charlotte Mosley, Senior People Scientist at Culture Amp for this webinar highlighting the hurdles to delivering negative feedback, and showing ways in which successful organisations leverage its power to motivate performance and engagement.

    You’ll learn:
    - The hurdles to delivering negative feedback
    - How companies have found success with frequent feedback
    - How performance feedback can be used to motivate good performance and increase engagement
    - How continuous learning and development impacts employee engagement and retention
  • Reinventing HR: Built. For Transformation Recorded: Mar 18 2021 62 mins
    James Marsh, HRr; Bob Rehill, Bob Rehill and Associates; Georgina Hendley, SD Worx; Stephen Ousley, SD Worx
    The pandemic has created challenges that none of us anticipated. For many businesses, it has accelerated digital transformation projects and highlighted the need for more agile and fluid ways of working.

    The rise of digital transformation in HR makes fluid workforce management possible. Tools that unlock digital HR processes, boost efficiency, enhance collaboration, reduce workloads and facilitate accurate information flows are shaping workforces around the globe.

    Digital HR and an employee centred mindset are no longer optional if you wish to thrive in the ‘new normal’. Both domains are heavily intertwined: a workplace with lots of digital and mobile options is exactly what employees want. Yet this can create more challenges for HR and Payroll departments.

    This notion immediately raises some questions. Just how digitally mature are companies today? Are they satisfied with the way things are going or are they planning new projects?

    Join Bob Rehill, from Bob Rehill and Associates, and Georgina Hendley, Transformation Programme Manager from SD Worx, for this webinar, where you’ll discover:

    • How can you achieve high digital HR maturity and what are the benefits?
    • What type of digital transformation projects are businesses prioritising?
    • What impact does automation/integration of HR and payroll processes/systems have on employee experience?
  • Building your winning workforce through diversity and inclusion Recorded: Mar 11 2021 62 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Chinor Lee, Associate Director, iCIMS; Amber Brown, Product Solutions Manager, iCIMS
    Diversity is a proven investment in a company’s success. International research argues that diversity is an important driver of business performance and a key factor to boost employee engagement and satisfaction. How can organizations craft better inclusion & diversity strategies for a competitive edge?

    This webinar will provide a clear and practical understanding of what Diversity & Inclusion really means, why it matters and what you can do as a company to leverage its full potential within your hiring strategy.

    In this webinar you will learn:
    • The power of diversity as a catalyst for business-critical initiatives
    • Ways to embrace diversity and inclusion within your hiring so that your organization can attract, engage and hire the best talent to build a winning workforce
    • How you can leverage iCIMS D&I technology solutions for more inclusive talent practices
  • Early Careers in 2021: The Future of Next Gen Talent Recorded: Mar 4 2021 62 mins
    James Marsh, HRreview; Della Rath, Aon; Joanne Zadro, Schroders; Lauren Hillier, Schroders
    In the current COVID-19 world, where physical interactions are limited and the entire recruitment journey has moved online, only the most future-focussed organisations will hire the best quality talent. As recruiting leaders we need to think more broadly about how we assess, select and retain early career talent in our organisations.

    Join Aon, Schroders and Inside HR’s Virtual Forum that will cover:

    Case Study: How Schroders tackled diversity with their Early Careers Talent programme
    Hiring for skills: What skills does our workforce need today and in the future?
    How remote working and location strategy is impacting Early Careers Recruitment

    We look forward to meeting you on the 4th March at 11:00AM,
  • Hybrid Working 2021: Family-Friendly Blended Working for Parents & Carers Recorded: Feb 4 2021 62 mins
    James Marsh,HRr; Jennifer Liston-Smith, Bright Horizons; Siri Nomme, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP; Fiona Daniel, FD2i
    As we embrace a new world of hybrid work styles, what do employers need to do, to ensure success? Paying practical attention to working parents and carers is one important piece of the puzzle.

    We have a greater awareness than ever of the challenges in balancing careers with home life as the pandemic quite literally revealed the backdrop to our employees’ lives.

    We’ve learned that employees can be trusted to deliver remotely and that there are work-life gains without a commute. On the other hand, people need people and some people’s homes are not ideal workspaces. Bright Horizons’ research with working parents and carers suggests most will favour a blend of workplace in the future – onsite and offsite – where their roles allow.

    What are the quick wins and the strategic moves in this area that support wellbeing, work-life balance and deliverables ongoing?

    Hear from leading thinkers and employers on what works in managing hybrid working in inclusive high-performance cultures. Gain practical insights to help you weave support for working parents and carers (whatever their gender) into your Gender Pay Gap action plan.


    Speaker details:

    - Siri Nomme, Head of Talent & Diversity, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
    - Fiona Daniel, Founder & CEO FD2i, Former UK Head of D&I at HSBC
    - Jennifer Liston-Smith, Head of Thought Leadership, Bright Horizons Work+Family Solutions
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