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Voice and Value 2011

Friday 1 April 2011, 9.30am-4.20pm
Thai Theatre, New Academic Building 

Sustainability and Renewal in the Public Sector

Voice and Value conferences, which are organised jointly by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and the London School of Economics (LSE) bring together leading academics and practitioners to debate how organisations get value from the range of mechanisms that can enable a constructive dialogue to take place between management and employees.

Conference Organisers - Mike Emmott (CIPD) and Paul Gollan (LSE & Macquarie University. If you have any questions, please contact Abi Titley, Projects and Events Administrator, a.titley@lse.ac.uk.


Abstract:

Fourth stage – The Great Debate

Chair: Professor Stephen J Perkins (University of Bedfordshire)

15.20 Panel – What influence does employee voice have on engagement and the employer branding?

  • Paul Willman (LSE)
  • Duncan Brown (IES)
  • Linda Holbeche
  • Nita Clarke (IPA)
  • Mark Hall (Warwick University)
  • Tim Fevyer (Specsavers)

To view the whole programme, please see here|.

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