Best Employers events

Best Employers Eastern Region facilitates discussion between organisations to share best practice on leadership and employee engagement. Join the growing network of Best Employers who share the latest thinking on employee engagement by participating in the 2018 events.

Dates for the 2018 diary

  • Best Employers Eastern Region Launch Event – February 27, 2018
  • Best Employers Eastern Region Awards Conference – September 27, 2018

The launch event on February 27 will introduce you to the new and enhanced features of the 2018 Best Employers employee survey.

At the awards conference in September, the winners of the Best Employers Eastern Region Awards will be named, and the newly accredited organisations recognised.

At both events there will be the opportunity to:

  • Hear from high profile guest speakers
  • Take part in discussions and networking
  • Share experiences of how to create inspiring, innovative and engaging places to work

Guest speakers will discuss topics including the latest trends in leadership and employee engagement, such as:

  • Improving candidate and employee experiences
  • Evolving culture to suit a multi-generational workforce
  • Moving from annual to continuous pulse reviews
  • Development of authentic leaders
  • Diversity and business strength
  • Retaining talent and building inclusive pipelines
  • Employee benefits to enhance employer brand
  • Mentoring and coaching for success

Guest speakers at past events have featured business leaders from high-performing organisations across the region, and nationwide, including AstraZeneca, Adnams, Benefit Cosmetics, Birketts, Virgin Management, Beckett Investment Management, Cambridge Consultants, Grant Thornton, Engage for Success and Treatt.

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