From Lunch & Learns to interview workshops, throughout the year our team of recruitment experts attend and host a number of events in and around Peterborough.

So you can stay up to date with the events we have lined up, take a look at the schedule below. If you would like any further information on any of the below events, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us by emailing info@annecorder.co.uk

As ever these events are delivered free of charge to client contacts of ACR.

In the current circumstances, these will be delivered online via Zoom or MS TEAMS.

Places are limited – please contact us (01733 235298 / info@annecorder.co.uk) for further information.

 

2021 events

June

Wednesday 9th June

10.30am-11.30am

HR Forum

Martin Bloom (Head of Employment Law at Hegarty LLP and P/T Employment Tribunal Judge) is in residence again in our hugely popular HR Forum.  Welcoming HR professionals to attend – already forum members or those new to it – to come and share questions and experiences with likeminded HR Professionals.

Thursday 17th June

11am-12noon

Katy Walton – Building Resilience

Right now, many of us are feeling the strain. We’re working in uncertain times, with concerns for family, health and work. It’s understandable that at times our resilience reserves run low. Left unchecked, this can lead to burnout. Let us show you how to top up the tanks for you and your team. In this one-hour, informal virtual workshop Katy Walton from Make Real Progress will share with you:

  1. Getting the pressure levels right
  2. Why zebras don’t get ulcers
  3. The resilience treasure chest

 

July

Thursday 8th July

10.30am-11.30am

Menopause with Bev Thorogood

Menopause is a ‘hot’ topic right now, with many forward-thinking employers recognising the impact of menopause on all areas of business – from D&I to the bottom line.

Your line managers need to feel confident to have supportive conversations with the people who work for them.  They need to know where to go for help and what they can realistically do to help.

Finally, women and non-binary employees need to feel supported and able to seek the help they need to continue to perform at their best as they go through their menopause transition.

During this session we’ll be defining what menopause is, and what it is not.  We will be breaking some myths and helping you to understand some of the difficulties working women and non-binary employees face due to the impact of menopause related symptoms.

I will also share with you what HR can do to help, where menopause sits in terms of employment law and how you can support your managers to confidently deal with performance related issues that may arise as a result of menopause.

You will leave with a better understanding of menopause and the impact it can have on your people as well as further resources to help you plan your next steps in getting the menopause conversation started in your organisation.