CIPD Manchester | Special Interest Groups

Public policy

The CIPD Manchester Public Policy group focuses on the key issues impacting work, ensuring that your voice shapes the CIPD ’ s views and knowledge as they advocate the policy changes needed to champion better work and working lives. We solicit regional perspectives on a range of critical issues to provide the insights outlined in calls to action for employers and Government. We aim to hold four sessions per year, and we are responsive to hot topics and Government consultations. For this reason, many of our events are arranged at reasonably short notice, although we promote them widely through branch communication channels.

You can expect us to keep a broad remit ; recent events have covered age - diverse workforces, family - friendly provisions, immigration and pay gaps. Public Policy panels are consequently an excellent way to stay ahead of changes in legislation and government policy. Sessions are open to all providing an opportunity to learn, share, develop and network with other practitioners ; we do not require group membership. We welcome new joiners and hold all meetings under the Chatham House Rule, so our members feel able to express their views openly.

If you want to sign up to our dedicated mailing list, please email our branch.


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