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The CIPD Festival of Work brings together two unmissable CIPD events, the Learning and Development and HR Software and Recruitment shows – and adds in a brand-new dimension, The Future of Work. The result is a pivotal event that will power all of our working futures.
40 free learning sessions every day (LinkedIn Learning, CIPD and many more) across four dedicated stages
Explore the L&D, HR Tech and Future of Work exhibition zones to meet groundbreaking suppliers and experience their latest launches
Stay to wander around Innovation and Well-being Villages – just so much to learn, interact and engage with.
Plus the networking opportunities are simply incredible
7,000 attendees over both days – meet up with your colleagues, contacts and friends
Fully interactive event app – plan your time and navigate the whole event with ease
Plus: Dedicated networking and meetings areas, fantastic festival food and refreshment areas.
Future of Work film unveiled at CIPD Festival of Work
A new film showcasing what HR professionals can expect from the future of work is set to be unveiled at a premiere screening at the CIPD’s inaugural Festival of Work event, 12-13 June, Olympia London.
Human Resources and payroll software specialist Cascade has produced the short ‘movie’ following dialogue with HR and business leaders throughout the country. Covering everything from well-being and the increasingly diverse workforce, through to automation and AI, the thought-provoking film is designed to empower HR professionals to leverage the potential that future change can bring to the workplace.
It will be played for the first time at 11:15 on 13 June. The audience will then have 20 minutes to continue the debate and put their questions to a trio of industry experts – Stephanie Kelly, Chief People Officer from IRIS Software Group; Jo Graham, an experienced HR Officer from Trowers & Hamlins LLP; and well-being specialist Natasha McCreesh, founder of PiP To Grow Strong.