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HR in the Public Sector 2009 – Documentation

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With the Audit Commission advising a pay freeze for all 6 million public sector workers and £30 million to be saved across the whole of the public sector over the next few years, best practice people and organisational management is paramount to ensure the public sector attracts, retains and develops top talent.

But the  “HR in the Public Sector 2009” presentation and take home transferable techniques that assist in maintaining service delivery and productivity with fewer resources across the board. Make sure you have up-to-date leadership development techniques, ensure you engage employees and are able to retain key talent through the Recession.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).

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The “HR in the Public Sector 2009″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

How HR can Help Deliver Savings

Keith Davis, Director,Efficiency Studies

National Audit Office

Session 2

Analysing the Increased Usage of Shared Services in the Public Sector: The Benefits and Challenges

Steve Foster, Manager, Business Consulting

NorthgateArinso

Session 3

Implementing Shared Services

Karen Bridges, Head of Business Change Development and Catherine Griffiths, HR Business Partner – Organisation Strategy & Service Design

Birmingham City Council

Session 4

A New Approach to Total Rewards: Interactive Online Rewards

Colin Miller, Reward Manager

Kent County Council

Session 5

Tackling Long and Short Term Absence Effectively: Measurable Results

Anne Copeland, HR Director Department for Children,

Schools & Families

Session 6

Reducing Sickness Absence by Tackling the Wellness Agenda

Lucasta Grayson, Head of HR and Development

Crawley Borough Council

Session 7

Apprenticeships – Good for Business

Jaine Clarke, National Apprenticeships Director Business Development

National Apprenticeships Service

Session 8

Getting Corporate with Leadership and Management Development

Patricia Brewerton, Head of Leadership and Management Development and Lindsay Cameron, Leadership Development Consultant

Department for Work & Pensions

Session 9

Leadership Skills and Shared Service Management

Dean Shoesmith, Joint Executive Head of Human Resources

London Boroughs of Sutton and Merton

 Session 10

Recruiting Diverse Talent: Recognition for your Organisation

Deborah Clarke Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development

NHS Tower Hamlets

Session 11

Achieving More with Fewer Resources: The NHS and HR

Sian Thomas, Director

NHS Employers

Session 12

Leadership & Management Development to Meet Organisational Needs

Alan Duffell, Director of Workforce and Learning Sandwell Mental Health & Social

Care, NHS Foundation Trust

Session 13

Recruitment Strategy and the Future for Recruitment Methods

Corinne Mills, Head of Human Resources

The Learning Trust

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