The REC has been confirmed as keynote speaker at the Managing a Temporary Workforce conference, which is taking place in central London on April 29. 

This one-day conference, organised by Symposium Events in association with HR Review, will focus on the legal and practical implications of the forthcoming Agency Workers Regulations as well as identifying general trends in how employers are managing flexible staffing arrangements.

Other speakers include the British Chambers of Commerce as well as leading employment lawyers and employers.

Speaking ahead of the event, Tom Hadley, the REC’s Director of External Relations  says:

“The conference will provide a further insight into how employers are approaching the new regulations and the support they are looking for from their recruitment providers. It will also provide a unique platform for highlighting the industry’s perspective and the added value that agencies can deliver in preparing for the changes.  

“With a number of high-profile public sector employers taking part,  we will also be taking forward some of the core messages in the REC’s current Public Sector Resourcing Campaign. Flexible staffing arrangements are part of the solution in terms of developing effective resourcing strategies and maintaining front line delivery of services.”

 The REC has secured a 25% discounted rate for members wishing to attend the event. More information is available at http://www.symposium-events.com/temporaryworkforce/

For more information on the REC’s Public Sector Resourcing Campaign go to: http://www.rec.uk.com/resourcing

The REC has been confirmed as keynote speaker at the Managing a Temporary Workforce conference, which is taking place in central London on April 29. 
This one-day conference, organised by Symposium Events in association with HR Review, will focus on the legal and practical implications of the forthcoming Agency Workers Regulations as well as identifying general trends in how employers are managing flexible staffing arrangements.

Other speakers include the British Chambers of Commerce as well as leading employment lawyers and employers.

Speaking ahead of the event, Tom Hadley, the REC’s Director of External Relations  says:  

“The conference will provide a further insight into how employers are approaching the new regulations and the support they are looking for from their recruitment providers. It will also provide a unique platform for highlighting the industry’s perspective and the added value that agencies can deliver in preparing for the changes.  
“With a number of high-profile public sector employers taking part,  we will also be taking forward some of the core messages in the REC’s current Public Sector Resourcing Campaign. Flexible staffing arrangements are part of the solution in terms of developing effective resourcing strategies and maintaining front line delivery of services.”

 The REC has secured a 25% discounted rate for members wishing to attend the event. More information is available at http://www.symposium-events.com/temporaryworkforce/
For more information on the REC’s Public Sector Resourcing Campaign go to: http://www.rec.uk.com/resourcing