Sep 15 2017

Autumn Speakers Programme

Category: Events,News — 6:59 pm

Obi Saiq, Picturehouse Campaign

Paid time off for PCS members to attend this meeting has been agreed

Thursday 21 September –13:00-14:00 –Conference Room 2, 2 Marsham St

Obi Saiq is a young BECTU trade union activist and young people’s campaigner. The talk will focus on exploring the importance of belonging to and participating in a Trade Union. Obi will speak about his efforts in his Union to win the London Living Wage and other benefits for cinema workers and do so from the perspective of being a young person.

Owen Hatherley, Housing and Society

Paid time off has been applied for to attend this meeting

Thursday 12 October –13:00-14:00 –F329NW, 2 Marsham Street

Owen Hatherley, is one of Britain’s most celebrated writers and journalists in the field of architecture and the built environment. Owen’s talk will focus on the importance and nature of the housing and the urban environment and how it might be envisaged in a more inclusive, beneficial and fairer way.

Professor Phil Taylor, Performance Management

Paid time off has been applied for to attend this meeting

Monday 16 October –13:30-14:30 –Conference Room 4, 2 Marsham Street

Professor Phil Taylor is Professor of Work and Employment Studies at Strathclyde Business School and one of the UK’s foremost experts in the study of Performance Management Systems. Professor Taylor will speak on the nature and experience of Performance Management Systems in the wider employment field.

Professor Sir Michael Marmot,Health and Equlaity

Paid time off has been applied for to attend this meeting

Thursday 30 November –12:30-13:30(TBC)–FG46, 2 Marsham Street

Professor Sir Michael Marmot is Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at UCL and a world-renowned expert on the links between public health and inequality. His studies look beyond the boundaries of ‘health’ policy, with direct implications to all of our work.

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