In the midst of uncertainty and socio-economic disruption, businesses have been forced to adapt, react, and implement some of the most radical changes in the way they operate. Business leaders and the people profession have had to act together to reassess priorities, rethink future strategies, cherish and support their people while meeting business objectives.
In this rapidly changing world of work, the purpose of the people profession hasn’t changed, and what’s more, it’s become even more important. Work can and should be a force for good. It should be fair, meaningful and productive for the benefit of people, organisations and society as a whole
The people profession is in a unique position to drive this agenda and must step up to the challenge to enable purposeful jobs, ethical practices, and safe and inclusive work environments for all.
Driving good work requires a fundamental shift in the role we play in organisations. We need to effectively influence organisations to create meaningful opportunities, embed ethical practices and cherish people while meeting business objectives.
This year’s online CIPD Northern Annual Conference is your opportunity to connect with the Good Work agenda and learn how it will drive the future of our profession. With a mix of keynotes, panels, case studies and research-focused presentations, you will have the chance to hear the latest CIPD insights, learn from the experiences of other local and national organisations tackling today’s pressing issues.