If current workforce statistics about our workforce don’t improve, Britain will stop building in 2019.
Each year, the property and construction profession welcomes and loses over 400,000 employees – a skills gap significant enough to threaten the future viability of our industry and communities. With shifting employee needs, expectations and demographics, along with a competitive war for talent, it is now more important than ever that we focus on attracting, engaging and retaining the talent mix that will make our future a reality.
Inspirational keynotes, case studies and industry sentiment offer you critical insights into improving and structuring your business to attract and retain talent, ultimately saving you cost, time and resources. Find your competitive edge and learn with industry peers what is needed to drive the property and construction industry forward with the right people, skills and culture.
At RICS we are determined to raise the bar on inclusive employment, so that our industry attracts, nurtures and retains the brightest and best talent regardless of gender, social background, beliefs or disability. Not only is this the right thing to do for the public interest, we also believe it makes sound business sense.
We will also be launching the RICS Inclusive Employer Quality Mark. This Mark of excellence will promote best practice within the profession, helping ensure the highest levels of quality service and giving a competitive advantage to those who sign up to the Mark.
RICS member rate: £195 + VAT
Non RICS member rate: £263 + VAT
Speakers: Riz Lateef - TV Presenter - BBC News London, Louise Brooke-Smith - RICS President, Sean Tompkins - CEO - RICS, Tony Burton - Partner - Gardiner and Theobald and Chair - CIC, Amanda Clack - RICS Senior Vice President, Ciaran Bird - UK Managing Director - CBRE, Colin Wilson - Head of UK and Ireland - DTZ
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