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Happy home-workers

01 September 2011

A couple of interesting events, concerning the way that many people are starting to work, are happening later this month in London. PFM has secured a discount rate for its readers who would like to attend.

The two events are Homeworking 2011, which takes place on 26 September 2011, and Newwaysofworking 2011 on the 28th September. Both take place in central London.

homeworking 2011 will provide guidance on such topics as productivity, business continuity, staff and customer satisfaction, communication etc. This half-day executive briefing is designed for Heads and Senior Managers in HR, FM and CRE. Your organisation will learn how to develop and implement a structured home working plan that will deliver real advantages.

Contributions will from leading organisations and homeworking pioneers, including SNS Reaal, the Telework Association, the Word Asssociation, Plantronics, AdneXus and Radvision.

Newwaysofworking 2011, also a half-day briefing organised by Unwired Ventures, will present practical case studies and guidance from those who’ve already successfully implemented workplace change.

Agile working strategies of leading companies, including Unilever, Microsoft, RBS, Surrey County Council, will be presented as will be other strategies, opportunities and pitfalls. Delegates will be shown how to deliver maximum benefits, both to the organisation and the staff: increasing productivity, employee satisfaction and retention, reducing under-used space and CRE costs.

PFM readers can get 10% off the standard prices for these two events. To get your discount, book using the special online booking link
( or call 020 8977 8920 and speak to Antonia, Fiona or Luke. You can also book via email to

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