Getting The Low-Down On All Things HR With Manchester Law Society
In news / By Charlotte Tobulevicius / 25 March 2019
People working in HR are often very busy, and it can be hard to keep up to date with all the latest goings on in the world of Human Resources. This event aims to provide HR professionals across all sectors with a one-stop shop for information gathering, where they can receive important updates about current issues.
Alongside excellent networking opportunities, there are four expert speakers at the event who will be covering a range of topics including: employment law updates, how to deal with problem partners, mental wellness at work and embracing change in legal recruitment; attracting and retaining talent by championing diversity.
As a long-term Manchester Law Society Advantage member, Nasstar knows the importance of this conference and is delighted to be attending and exhibiting there. Keeping abreast of changes that could affect Human Relations is imperative for any HR professional and can help to inform strategic plans for the future.
Technology can also play a significant role in the success of HR operations. Ensuring the right technology is in place to announce new changes can really help to speed up the process of getting that information out to your employee base, and making sure it is implemented.
For example, using collaborative communication tools such as Office 365 to ‘spread the word’ about a new change in HR can be much simpler and quicker than sending traditional emails, and can also help to improve a busy HR professional’s productivity.
Our hosted desktop and cloud-based solutions can also help HR departments by offering access to files and documents from anywhere, on any device. This allows HR professionals to increase their efficiency and complete their tasks from any location which is especially useful for those who have to travel to different offices to meet with employees.
We’re experts when it comes to IT to improve your business and our Business Development Executive, Andy Lewis, will be on hand at the HR Conference to answer any questions you might have around using IT to improve your HR function and its productivity levels.
Reserve your place at the HR Conference here.