Housing Associations HR Group – Spring 2017
The next Housing Associations HR Group is taking place on Friday, 31 March and is kindly being hosted by A2Dominion.
Paydata's Housing Associations HR Group offers an easy way to network and exchange views with other HR professionals in the sector, who often face common issues.
Each workshop begins with an initial overview of reward trends and what is happening in the market, followed by an open forum discussion. Group members drive the content of the workshop and what is discussed. This offers participants a fantastic opportunity to address topics and queries which are high on their priority list.
Group members include:
- Amicus / Veridian
- Anchor Trust
- Bournemouth Churches
- Cross Keys
- Derwent Living
- East Thames Housing Group
- Haig Housing Trust
- Hanover Housing Group
- Home Group
- Housing & Care 21
- Hyde Housing
- L & Q
- Midland Heart
- MHS Homes
- Octavia Housing
- Radian Group
- Red Kite Community Housing
- Sanctuary Housing
- South Lakes
- West Kent
- Wrekin Housing Trust
- Waterloo Housing Group
- Watford Community Housing Trust
Is this workshop right for you?
In order to contribute to discussions and find the workshop useful, this group is most suited to reasonably senior HR/Reward professionals who have an awareness of the HR arena, their company policies and current HR challenges they might be facing.
Topics discussed at the last meeting:
- The effect of the new Gender Pay Gap reporting legislation
- The impact of the Brexit vote
- Employee turnover
- How employers are dealing with the new National Living Wage
- The impact of the one per cent decrease in social rent
- Mergers in the sector - HR's role in due diligence
Where attendees are in competition with each other it is very important that the workshop meets certain rules. Provisions are therefore in place to ensure each session is conducted in an appropriate manner.
Reserve your place
For more information and to reserve your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01733 391 377.