Free Breakfast Briefing, Inverness
12 May 2017, 9.15am-10.30am
Kingsmill Hotel, Culcabock Rd, Inverness IV2 3LP
Free of Charge
Fringe event prior to The National Economic Forum
Relevant to Business Leaders, HR Managers and those with an interest in workplace innovation.
FFWS has been invited by the National Economic Forum (NEF) to run one of only two fringe events prior to the main meeting, attended by The First Minister. You do not have to be an invited guest of NEF to attend this workshop.
Ahead of the National Economic Forum in Inverness, get your day off to a great start and join this free fast paced breakfast seminar hosted by Family Friendly Working Scotland. You will have the opportunity to hear from three leading employers about their innovative approaches to creating positive workplace culture.
Your people are your most valuable resource and in challenging times organisations need an engaged, productive and diverse workforce. An effective solution to achieve this is to create a family friendly and flexible working culture. Family friendly and flexible working provides huge benefits for employees and employers, our economy and society. Family Friendly Working Scotland are hosting this free seminar on behalf of the Scottish Government.
You will hear from award winning family friendly organisations -Lloyds Banking Group, Muckle Media and Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
If you are keen to explore how your organisation can reap the benefits of becoming more family friendly – attend this free event.
For further information about the National Economic Forum, click here: http://www.gov.scot/Topics/Economy/national-economic-forum
About Family Friendly Working Scotland
FFWS works with employers, government, families and others to promote a flexible and family friendly working culture. This is a way of working which enables employers to get the best from employees and enables working families to have a good balance between work and family life.
Spanning boundaries between private, public and third sectors, we offer practical support to employers and share best practice. We also raise awareness of the issues and benefits around work life balance and flexible, family friendly working.
Acting as nucleus, FFWS promotes innovative and sustainable ways of working that are good for families and the Scottish economy.
FFWS is led by a steering group of partners: Working Families, Fathers Network Scotland, Parenting across Scotland and The Scottish Government, which also offers core funding support.