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Workplace Law supports Workplace Futures Conference 2013
Workplace Futures 2013 takes place on 12 February at The Crystal in London’s Docklands. Organised by i-FM and the Facilities Management Association, the focus of the conference is on Strategic Partnership: securing the future for FM.
With just over two weeks until the conference, the programme has been finalised and it looks set to be an exciting and informative day. Workplace Law is proud to be supporting this landmark facilities management event.
With an opening address from Ruby McGregor Smith CBE, CEO at MITIE, as well as experts speakers from ISS and PricewaterhouseCoopers, it is a day not to be missed. Starting at 9am, the conference sessions run until 5pm, after which there is plenty of time for networking and an opportunity to visit the world’s largest exhibition on urban sustainability.
Workplace Law’s Managing Director, David Sharp, will be presenting a session, alongside Bev Burgess, Director of The Capsicum Group, on outcome based contracts. In keeping with the conference theme, the session will evaluate the benefits and potential pitfalls of one of the most innovative ways of working.
Following the conference presentations the winners of the 2013 Technology in FM awards will be revealed, after which the conference closes at 8pm.
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About Workplace Law
Workplace Law specialises in employment law, health and safety, and environmental management. An established market leader in the provision of information, training, consultancy and support services, the firm helps organisations to go beyond compliance in the workplace and build a better future. With a 17-year industry pedigree, Workplace Law operates throughout the UK from offices in Cambridge and London, and has recently opened an office in South Africa. For more information visit http://www.workplacelaw.net/
Workplace Law is a corporate member of the Association for Project Safety (APS)and the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM), and a special advisor to the Facilities Management Association (FMA). BIFM produces Think FM, the sector’s leading annual conference, in association with Workplace Law, and we are the BIFM’s specialist advisor on employment law, health and safety, an premises management.