Creating Tomorrow's Organisation

July 2004
Management Services;Jul2004, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p4
Academic Journal
As of July 2004, changes to the law regarding the use of display screens in the workplace and a government initiative to reduce absenteeism by 30 percent are putting pressure on employers to ensure that they comply with all relevant legislation in Great Britain. Positive Performance--experts in the field of work-related stress, health and safety, ergonomics, and human resource management--is sponsoring a seminar entitled Creating Tomorrow's Organization--Maximize Your Productivity With Improved HR Strategies on July 1, 2004 in Glasgow, Scotland. Topics at the seminar include: stress and the legal implications surrounding complex area; understanding of why absenteeism is on the increase and how employers can minimize it; update on the relevant health & safety regulations; and learning how to reduce staff absence. Anne Marie Campbell, customer operations manager for the Royal Bank of Scotland will introduce the seminar and the speakers will include Russell Eadie, who specializes in employment law and Wendy Chalmers Mill of Positive Performance. A buffet lunch follows the seminar, which is sponsored by Amos Beech& Co., a company specializing in ergonomic furniture.


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