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What does the changing economy mean for Managing People in Organisations? 

Thursday 22nd January 2015

6pm registration for 6:30pm start

Catrin Finch Centre, Glyndwr University Wrexham

Ellis & Co are proud to sponsor the up and coming event organised by Glyndwr University in association with the ACCA, BIFM and CMI.

"The state of the economy has an effect on every organisation through, among other things, its impact on consumer spending, the cost of borrowing money, government budgets and how easy it is to find suitable people (and the wage they need to be paid) and every organisation needs to understand what it means for them. 

The first part of this seminar will focus on the next five years and what might happen in the economy and the labour market.  Economists think we are likely to see stronger growth than in the last five years but there are plenty of uncertainties, both in the UK and overseas, that could mean things turn out unexpectedly. 

The second part of this seminar will then describe some of the key economic, social and technological Megatrends that are changing organisations and societies, such as globalisation, and consider some of the possible ways in which they might over the next 10-20 years change organisations, the people who run them and the people who work in them."

Speaker: Mark Beatson

Mark Beatson, Chief Economist, CIPD








Mark Beatson is Chief Economist at the CIPD. His role includes leading the CIPD's labour market analysis and commentary, while also strengthening the CIPD's ability to lead thinking and influence policy making across the whole spectrum of people management and workplace issues. He is the author of the CIPD's Megatrends report series.

Prior to joining CIPD, Mark was an economic consultant and for over 20 years worked as an economist in the civil service, latterly at chief economist/director level, in a range of government departments, including the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS), the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS), the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), and HM Treasury. Mark is also an Honorary Visiting Professor at London Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law, London Metropolitan University.

To book your place please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/megatrends-what-does-the-changing-economy-mean-for-you-tickets-15046255756


Source Glyndwr University