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The Future of Work:
Juggling work with unpaid care

The Future of Work: juggling work with unpaid care is this year’s unmissable employment conference in London on 14 May.

Chaired by Kirsty Wark, broadcaster, journalist and presenter, the day will be a mix of plenary sessions and facilitated breakout sessions, with plenty of opportunity for contribution from an audience of over 200 businesses.

Our line-up of experts and thought leaders will explore the changing employment landscape, the priorities for the modern workforce, and the importance of supporting working carers, including:

  • How can we use the opportunities presented by a new hybrid working world to retain or recruit working carers?
  • What are the conditions we need for the workforce of the future?

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Kelly Beaver MBE, Chief Executive, Ipsos UK & Ireland
  • Dr Richard Caddis, Chief Medical Officer and Director of Occupational Health and Wellbeing, BT Group
  • Ariam Enraght-Moony, Chief People Officer, TSB Bank
  • Catherine Foot, Director of Phoenix Insights
  • Sarah Jackson OBE, Work-Life Balance and Flexible Working Expert, Visiting Professor, Cranfield University School of Management and Senior Associate, Flexibility Works
  • David Sinclair, Chief Executive, International Longevity Centre UK
  • Helen Walker, Chief Executive, Carers UK
  • Professor Sue Yeandle, Professor of Sociology and Director of CIRCLE (Centre for International Research on Care Labour and Equalities), University of Sheffield.

Attending The Future of Work conference will provide you with information crucial to ensuring your organisation has the latest insights and knowledge to help you plan, effectively, for the future.

Spaces are strictly limited so book your place at this essential conference today!

As the leading national charity for unpaid carers, Carers UK is uniquely placed to host this conference. We have been supporting carers and promoting carers rights for almost 60 years and for 15 years our Employers for Carers team has been working with over 220 member organisations to ensure that employers have the support to retain and manage employees with caring responsibilities.


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