UHR Conference 2023
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Plenary 1: Future Human Behaviour - navigating the polycrisis
WA1: Higher Education and Association Recruitment and Retention Challenges
WA2: YOURCareer putting staff in the driving seat
WA3: How to Work Well in the Hybrid Age
WA4: using inclusive approaches to flexible working to build a healthy workforce
WA5: Supporting Restructure - Integrating Process Mapping into Organisational Development
WA6: Ethical practice in the people profession
BA1: NTT DATA Business Solutions - What can your institution do to 'Work Better'
BA2: GatenbySanderson - Attracting and retaining talent in a candidates market
BA3: Simitive - Getting to an effective and sustainable academic workforce
BA4: Evelyn Partners Financial Planning Limited (formerly Tilney Financial Services Limited) - Financial Wellbeing for your Staff
Plenary 2: Working Well - Reasons to be Cheerful (or at least more optimistic)
LA1: Mills & Reeve LLP - Working better: effecting positive change to workforce terms and conditions
LA2: Eversheds Sutherland - Sexual Harassment and Regulatory changes: a practical guide
LA3: Shakespeare Martineau LLP - Performance management - Working Well? A legal insight into what works well (and what doesn't)
Plenary 3: Inclusive Leadership: Everybody In and Nobody Out
WB1: Working Well: Differently and Together! Principles for Working Well Together and Fair Workload
WB2: Bringing Menopause Support to the HE Sector: The Sheffield University Experience
WB3: Labour market trends: Implications for a working well agenda
WB4: Re-writing the rules of attraction: understanding the who, how and what of inclusivity in recruitment
WB5: To change the world through creativity, you need employees who feel they belong and they are valued: how UAL invests in staff experience and engagement
WB6: The need for a Newer JNCHES - the 2023-24 pay round and the future of pay bargaining structure
BB1: Notion-STAR - 5 Ways to Engage Academic Colleagues in Leadership & Management Development
BB2: ECC (Educational Competencies Consortium Ltd) - Handrails and pitfalls - lessons for pay and grading
BB3: People Insight - Building an outstanding workplace using your employee voice.
LB1: Pinsent Masons LLP - Creating an inclusive environment for neurodiverse employees to enhance the wellbeing, creativity and engagement of all staff
LB2: Weightmans LLP - Working well together - managing workplace relationships
LB3: VWV - Occupational health referrals: a practical guide to obtaining the advice you require
Plenary 4: Rebuilding and Reframing Trust
WC1: Transition, Trust and Transformation: Evidence of the impact of the Agile Working Framework
WC2: Renewing our approach to hourly paid work in times of uncertainty
WC3: Getting results: Motivating yourself and others into action
WC4: Illuminate - Enabling colleagues to overcome barriers to development and progression
WC5: Stop trying to fix the people; fix the system
WC6: Tackling the Taboo - Financial Wellness and the Future of Workplace Saving
BC1: Vialto Partners - Working Well - How can international remote work help you to attract and retain key talent?
BC2: Oracle - Connecting the Student and Employee Experience in a Digital World
BC3: TalentEdu - Strategies for improving your university's Athena Swan and REC submissions
LC1: Bevan Brittan LLP - Preventing employee disability discrimination in higher education- what are your obligations?
LC2: Farrer & Co - The importance of authenticity and honesty in managing teams
LC3: Browne Jacobson LLP - Meeting the challenges of staff recruitment and retention
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