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Between 4 May and 10 May 2021  in the lead-up to our 2021 Conference we'll be publishing a range of 'Refreshing Blogs' from some of our Conference partners. You can find links to these below. Why not catch up with these organisations either in a workshop session or via the #UHR21 exhibition at UHR21: Refreshing HR? 

 

Published 4 May

Human Resources Coming of Age in HE

by Nick Gibson, Head of Education & Research UK&I, NTT DATA Business Solutions

 

New modern workplaces – Harassment in an online environment: the HR perspective

by #UHR21 partner organisation Pinsent Masons

 

Published 5 May

Raised expectations? – challenges for HE in preventing and responding to harassment and sexual misconduct

by Diane Gilhooley, Global Head of Employment, Labour, Pensions and Education, Eversheds Sutherland LLP

 

Recent changes to the UK immigration system

by #UHR21 partner organisation Mills & Reeve LLP

 

Published 6 May

Becoming Vice Chanceller

by #UHR21 partner organisation GatenbySanderson

 

The sandwich generation and the link to Financial Wellbeing

by David Vallance and David Smith, Heads of the UK universities team for Tilney Financial Planning Ltd

 

Published 7 May

What might a post-Covid workforce look like for universities?

by #UHR21 partner organisation Shakespeare Martineau

 

Alive and Well

by Christina Dove, Partner, Mercer UK

 

Published 10 May

Ugly-looking stories: HE and NDAs

by Richard Peachey of CMP Solutions

 

Freedom to speak up

by Bettina Rigg, Partner at Browne Jacobson LLP

 

Can Universities Require Employees to Be Based in the UK?

by Bob Fahy, Partner at VWV Higher Education