Business owners hear how the changing economy will impact on people management within their organisations.

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Business owners and managers gathered in Wrexham to gather an insight into how the changing economy will impact on people management with their organisations.

More than 50 people visited Glyndwr University to hear from Mark Beatson, chief economist at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

The event was sponsored by Ellis & Co Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors and supported by professional bodies the CIPD, Chartered Institute of Marketing, Chartered Management Institute, the British Institute of Facilities Management and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

Mark’s talk, Megatrends: What does the changing economy mean for managing people in organisations?, discussed how factors such as ageing population, developments in Europe and technology will continue to impact on HR within organisations.

Mark Beatson Chief Economist CIPD

 

British business leaders are positive but cautious, he said, about the outlook for the UK economy over the next five years.

 

 

The labour market will continue to expand, with more people in work, and with a rising migrant workforce and an increase in older workers, unemployment would have to fall below 5% before UK business faces a lack of available workers, he added. 

 

Event organiser Caroline Foster, MA HRM programme leader at Glyndŵr University, said: “The talk was well received, and there were plenty of questions from the floor. We were extremely privileged that Mark came to share his expertise with us, and feel that the delegates have taken away a lot.

“It was an opportunity to take the view of business out of the day-to-day and think about the longer term trends that could affect business going forward.”

Robert Ellis, managing director of Ellis & Co said: “It was an excellent opportunity for everyone to hear an expert’s view on the outlook for the economy over the next few years, and how the changing economy could affect both employers and employees.”

 

Source:- Media Communications Glyndwr University