NI Chamber hosts breakfast for HR professionals

Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NI Chamber) is inviting those working in HR roles to start their day with a Business Breakfast on Friday, March 25.

By Claire Cartmill
Wednesday, 2nd March 2022, 8:32 am
Sarah Milliken, leader of Talent and Culture, Aflac NI, Kathy Simpson, head of HR, Musgrave, Mark Cunningham, head of regional business centres, Business Banking NI, Bank of Ireland and Catriona Henry, business support manager, NI Chamber
Sarah Milliken, leader of Talent and Culture, Aflac NI, Kathy Simpson, head of HR, Musgrave, Mark Cunningham, head of regional business centres, Business Banking NI, Bank of Ireland and Catriona Henry, business support manager, NI Chamber

This event will discuss employee engagement, the future of work in a hybrid world and creating an attractive employee experience.

‘Being Prepared to Pivot’ is an in-person event, delivered in partnership with Bank of Ireland, which will take place at 8.15am in Culloden Estate and Spa. It is open to those working in HR, people management and engagement roles across any sector.

Sarah Milliken, leader of talent and culture at Aflac NI will share how the company has approached its return to the office and discuss the importance of engaging with employees to create a model that works. Kathy Simpson, head of HR at Musgrave will discuss organisational culture and employee experience, while Sive Molloy, HR business partner at Bank of Ireland will give an insight into attracting the right employees and skills in a competitive market.

In addition, there will be an opportunity for delegates to interact, ask questions and network with others working in HR. This event is exclusively for NI Chamber members and is free for them to attend. To register please visit the NI Chamber website.

The Business Breakfast with Bank of Ireland series is part of NI Chamber’s Learn Grow Excel business support programme, which is also supported by SME Partner, Power NI.

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