New Parliamentary Group To Meet In Hull

The newly formed Modernising Employment All-Party Parliamentary Group (MODE APPG) will meet in Hull this October to promote towns and cities in the Regions, like Hull, as co-working capitals of the UK, capitalising on the benefits of our new employment models such as flexible working, remote working, and hybrid working.

Hull is strategically placed to bring jobs to people. With the University of Hull bringing some of the best minds to the region, businesses across the UK should be looking at emerging employment models to attract top talent.

The MODE APPG is chaired by the MP for Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle, Emma Hardy, and has four key strategic objectives:
• Making UK hiring the fastest globally.
• Improving opportunities for everyone in the UK by making hiring fully inclusive.
• Harnessing the latest technology to reduce barriers to hiring, and protecting workers from fraud and discrimination.
• Making UK labour market regulation the smartest globally by developing the concept of collective regulation to balance the needs of businesses and workers.

The latest event will take place on 2nd October at the C4DI in Hull, at 14:00-16:00, chaired by Emma Hardy MP and speakers including
• Paul Devoy, CEO, Investors in People
• Professor Stephen Hardy, Dean of Faculty of Business, Law & Politics, The University of Hull
• Keith Rosser, Chair, Better Hiring Institute

This event will create the briefing and blueprint for UK government on maximising remote hiring, remote working, and remote management to boost productivity and reduce economic inactivity.

You can register for the event by clicking here:

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