We are constantly engaging with those working in HR and specialist functions, such as payroll and HRIS; hosting a number of seminars and Directors' Circles throughout the year to encourage the sharing of best practice, personal experience and expertise. Previous speakers have included high profile leaders from Amazon, Fujitsu, Barclays, Schneider Electric, PA Consulting, Reed Smith and Travelex.
These round tables are often small gatherings (c.10 to 30 senior HR leaders) held in major cities globally and focus on specific sectors and niche industries. We always secure top-level speakers with deep expertise on specific topics to not only present but engage all attendees in thought provoking discussion.
View our upcoming events and get in touch if you would be interested in attending.
The HR Director circles for financial services have been a real success, proving to be well attended forums which have been designed to provide networking opportunities for HR leaders who work across a range of organisations within this space.
The premise of the circles originated from the need for HR Directors who are working within smaller HR functions to gain valuable external networking opportunities, with a number of peers who are coming from the same and slightly varying organisation types to their own. Due to their popularity and demand from contacts in firms of a range of different sizes, we have now expanded the concept to include organisations across the financial services sector.
The circles have been designed to allow HR Directors and Heads of HR to meet and network with their direct peers in order to discuss topics, trends and themes that they have personally suggested for the group. This ensures that the meetings are always relevant and that participants find real value in the events.
We host four main HR Director circles, within Financial Services; Buy side, Sell side, Insurance and FinTech. All Circles have provided a vehicle to build strong, sustainable networks for all parties.
Frazer Jones hosted a HR in Tech speaker event to discuss HR Technology and innovation. This event was guided by a panel discussion, providing HR professionals with the opportunity to hear from industry experts and HR Leaders.
The event showcased the latest tech products within the following areas:
- AI Recruitment
- Team Effectiveness
- Digital coaching
The Reward Leadership Forum is a round table event which facilitates compensation and benefits related discussion between Reward Directors. Topics are mutually decided prior to the event between the participants, with case studies often being illustrated to demonstrate particular trends in the market or within specific businesses. The forum is regularly a cross sector event, allowing Senior Reward Practitioners to glean practical and relevant ideas from their counterparts in relation to current obstacles, regulations and challenges in an ever-evolving reward-world.
If you are an employer, right now, or sometime soon, you are going to have to deal with cancer in the workplace. Macmillan at Work delivered a free one-hour introductory session on managing cancer in the workplace. The session was delivered by Brian Greenley, who has been a Macmillan at Work volunteer trainer for six years.
If you would like to find out more about attending one of our Expert Charity Speaker Network, please register your interest below.
We were delighted to host an exclusive HR Charity Fashion event in partnership with Dress for Success and LK. Bennett.
Dress for Success promote the independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire and career advice to help them step back into and thrive in the workplace.
If you would like to attend our next event, please register your interest below. Find out more about Dress for Success here.
As part of our Future Talent programme Frazer Jones were delighted to host a 'Mock Tribunal', lead by Adam Williams, Partner at DMH Stallard at the prestigious Law Society. This was a unique opportunity for our group of HR professionals to see at first-hand the intricacies of a tribunal case.
The morning was an incredible learning experience for all attendees as our real-life judge Gary Self, Adam Williams and the other legal professionals (acting excellently as our claimant and witnesses) provided useful insight and tips throughout.
If you are interested in being part of our Future Leaders Programme, then please register your interest below.