Event: Spider Sponsors Big Skills Debate on Skills Shortages 27th November
5/11/2018 - Spider
Spider is pleased to be a sponsor of the Institute of Directors Suffolk Big Debate on Skills Shortages and Employee Engagement, being held on Tuesday 27th November 2018 at 6pm.
Taking place at Suffolk County Council Ipswich, members and guests on the evening will have the opportunity to challenge the panel of speakers about employee engagement and skills shortages across the region.
Michelle Pollard, Managing Director of Spider will be appearing on the panel representing the local recruitment sector. She possesses over 30 years’ experience in recruitment and through the creation of Spider, has managed to disrupt the regional recruitment scene.
Michelle says, “I am delighted to sit on the panel for the Skills Debate evening. As someone who has been involved in recruitment for a long time and is now Chair of the Suffolk Skills Show, I know how much talent we have in the region and will be pleased to answer any questions regarding problems local business people are facing.”
The panel will also feature representation from HR experts, local businesses, University of Suffolk Business School and Suffolk County Council. It is set to be a highly-informative, well attended evening, ideal for business people who are finding it difficult to fill their vacancies.
The New Anglia Skills Board for Norfolk and Suffolk Chairman Paul Winter MBE, former Chief Executive of Ipswich Building Society, will be facilitating the debate. Paul was appointed MBE in 2015 for his work on improving the skills and employ-ability of young people in Suffolk.
If you are interested in finding out more or attending this event, please click here to view the details on the IoD website where you are also able to book tickets.
To find out more about Spider and how they can help your business recruit effectively and efficiently please see here.
Pictured – Managing Director of Spider Michelle Pollard. Photo Credit Simply C Photography.
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