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We are delighted to invite you to a breakfast discussion on how to embed best practice health and wellbeing principles in the office workplace.

Over the last few years, the real estate sector has seen a dramatic rise in interest in health and wellbeing in the workplace and links to productivity. This has brought about a shift in the business case of green buildings from energy efficiency and building labeling to place people at the forefront of design and operations in the workplace.

The only event to specifically target chief operating officers, business managers and others in operational leadership roles from large UK and international law firms, Briefing's Operational Leaders in Legal event returns in 2018 to enlighten, challenge and engage operational leaders by uncovering and discussing the issues they face in an increasingly challenging and fast-changing market.

 

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As we move ever nearer to the end of life of some major finance / practice management systems steps, a group of independent consultancy firms are hosting a free half day seminar around the topic of PMS system change.

The seminar is aimed at firms ready to explore what they could be doing now in preparation for a change of system in the coming months and years. Our suggested audience is strategy managers, IT project managers, business analysts and senior members of the finance team such as management accountants, financial controllers and revenue controllers.

As we move ever nearer to the end of life of some major finance / practice management systems steps, a group of independent consultancy firms are hosting a free half day seminar around the topic of PMS system change.

The seminar is aimed at firms ready to explore what they could be doing now in preparation for a change of system in the coming months and years. Our suggested audience is strategy managers, IT project managers, business analysts and senior members of the finance team such as management accountants, financial controllers and revenue controllers.

iManage today announced open registration and a preliminary agenda for its second annual user conference, ConnectLive 2017, scheduled to take place in Chicago, May 24-25, 2017 at the Marriott Magnificent Mile and in London, June 27-28, 2017 at the InterContinental London – The O2 hotel.

iManage today announced open registration and a preliminary agenda for its second annual user conference, ConnectLive 2017, scheduled to take place in Chicago, May 24-25, 2017 at the Marriott Magnificent Mile and in London, June 27-28, 2017 at the InterContinental London – The O2 hotel.

We are delighted to announce the return of our P4W Regional User Groups in 2017.  These regional events are an ideal opportunity to see the developments we have been working on, network with fellow P4W users, speak to our experienced specialists and enjoy a fully catered lunch.  We will release further details about the agenda nearer to the time, however for now, please save the dates in your diary.  And, don’t forget to tweet us @TikitP4W using #RUG17!

ISO 9001: 2015 has now been published. Centre for Assessment is here to ensure your transition from the 2008 version of the Standard to the 2015 version is as seamless and smooth as possible.

All Certified organisations will have until 30th September 2018 to transition to the 2015 version of the Standard, and although not mandatory, Centre for Assessment encourages a swift or early transition.

This one-day workshop will equip delegates with the knowledge and skills to competently audit their internal quality management system as required by ISO 9001:2008 or ISO 9001:2015.

By the end of the workshop, delegates will receive an internal audit certificate which demonstrates the necessary level of audit competence required by ISO 9001:2008/2015 and will be able to return to work, capable of carrying out internal quality audits at a good standard.

This Valuing People Management System follows the structure of both ISO & British Standards (BS). The standard has been developed by experts from industry bodies, employers and unions to provide a framework for organisations to value people, monitor and improve performance, for the mutual benefit of all parties.

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