The CIPD Festival of Work goes digital. Update: 14 April 2020

The CIPD Festival of work is a chance to immerse yourself in a world of inspiration and discovery – developing you, your people and your business. Even in light of recent events due to Coronavirus, we want to bring that directly to you, so we are now planning to run the festival as a 3-day online event on 10-12 June 2020.

If you have already registered to attend for free or purchased a conference delegate ticket, you have been automatically registered for online attendance and will receive an email with more details on your booking and the virtual festival.

Keep checking back on the website for updates. Sign-up to receive updates on the latest festival developments.

Find out more about the CIPD Festival of Work going digital.

Jill Rubery

Professor Jill Rubery

SpecialityProfessor of Comparative Employment Systems, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester

Jill Rubery is Professor of Comparative Employment Systems and the Director of the Work and Equalities Institute, at Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, She is a Fellow of the British Academy and has worked extensively for the European Commission and for the International labour Organisation. Her research focuses on the inter-disciplinary comparative analysis of employment systems with a particular focus on wages, working time, welfare systems and gender equality. She has published widely in international journals and her most recent books include: G. Bosch, S. Lehndorff and J. Rubery eds.(2009) European Employment Models in Flux Palgrave; D. Anxo, G. Bosch and J. Rubery eds. (2010) The Welfare State and Life Transitions Edward Elgar; and M.Karamessini and J.Rubery ed. (2013) Women and Austerity: The Economic Crisis and the Future for Gender Equality Routledge.

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by Professor Jill Rubery