Future of Work Festival
New for 2019, the 1 day Future of Work Festival will bring together Senior HR and Organisational Development professionals from across the Housing sector to explore the opportunities on how to successfully evolve towards the working environment of the future.
The future of work event is all about people—the way they work, where they work, and even who is at work and the way technology is driving change. Seize this unique chance to rethink your workforces and workplaces by reconsidering the roles of individuals, organisations, automation technology and how society will approach work.
Assess and benchmark your business strategy with the leaders in the housing sector.
- Hear and learn from the whole HR/future of work ecosystem
- Explore and examine the 5 key themes in HR: employer brand, engaging your people, upskilling, recruitment and inclusiveness
- Network with UK-wide HR professionals in the housing sector
If you would like to speak at the event please email email@example.com
Align your business with the best in the sector
For sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities contact Ned James on 020 7772 8410 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Westminster Bridge - County Hall,
Situated on the Southbank of the Thames, etc.venues County Hall has an enviable location next to The London Eye with breathtaking views over The Houses of Parliament & Big Ben and easily accessible from both Waterloo and Westminster stations.
How to get there
Please use this handy guide with directions from different locations around London.
The surronding area sits within the London congestion zone so be sure to pay the charge before setting off on your journey. There are three parking options nearby: Waterloo Car Park, St.Thomas Hospital car park and Britannia Parking
By London Underground
The venue sits on the southbank with the nearest station in Waterloo (serviced by the Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Waterloo & City lines) however a short walk over either Westminster bridge or the Golden Jubliee Bridges allows a connection from the District or Circle lines.
London Waterloo and Waterloo East railway stations are nearby providing services through South Western Railway and Southeastern.
London River Services operate boats from nearby London Eye Pier (also known as the Waterloo Millennium Pier) and Festival Pier, and run to the City and Greenwich.
London City airport is approximately 10 miles away and reached by road or a mixture of rail and london underground.