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We are delighted to invite you to our first London HR Club which we have set up in collaboration with the University of Greenwich. The meeting will be held in the Queen Ann Court, room 075 at the University. There is no charge for attending. 

The HR Club will be hosted by the University's Dr Linda Hyder, Knowledge Transfer Manager and Nick Hobden, Employment Partner at Thomson Snell & Passmore.

Guest speakers and subject areas

Professor Chris Bailey, Faculty Director of Enterprise from the University on knowledge exchange including IP issues, and the consultancy work that they do

Nick Hobden, Ben Stepney and Alexander Millward from Employment lawyers from Thomson Snell & Passmore will then deliver presentations and facilitate discussion on the following: 

3 Bs – Briefing and Brainstorming on key recent employment law changes and ones coming in the next 12 months and Brexit, how will your business be affected? 

Professor Chris Bailey

Professor Bailey is Director of Research & Enterprise within the Faculty for Liberal Arts & Sciences at the University of Greenwich. He has been an academic for over 25 years and worked on many university/industry funded projects. His research group focuses its research efforts on the development of design and modelling tools for predicting the performance, reliability and maintainability of engineering processes, components and systems. He has published over 300 papers in the field of modeling and reliability of micro-technology based processes and products. He has experience of working and consulting with industry in the UK and companies worldwide.

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Agenda

12:15pm Registration with tea and coffee
12:30pm Working lunch and discussion
02:00pm Finish and depart

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