Forthcoming policy events
IoD & PWN Diversity networking event
Do you feel trapped by your success? Does the idea of career change seem threatening both emotionally and financially? We have 50 places for the first IoD networking event with the Professional Women's Network to be held on 14 October at 116 Pall Mall between 6.30 and 9pm. Our speaker will be the top career coach Susan Rowe who will talk on mid-life career transitioning. The event is free to attend and booking is on a first-come-first-served basis.
Books for Breakfast with Diane Coyle
On Thursday 30th October James Sproule will host the third in a series of quarterly policy breakfast events, IoD Books for Breakfast, in which author Diane Coyle will present her latest work to IoD members in an informal Q&A session.
Business Ethnicity Summit
The Business Ethnicity Summit will explore why it is that people of ethnic minority backgrounds are failing to make it to the top of British business in significant numbers. This event will take place on Wednesday 19th November between 5-8pm.
Presentation slides from past policy events
IoD Policy update - Economy & Pensions
On 10 September the IoD’s Chief Economist and Director of Policy, James Sproule, and the IoD’s Senior Adviser for Financial Services Policy, will continue a series of monthly breakfast events with the objective of keeping IoD members up to date on current business policy issues. The event will take place at 116 Pall Mall at 8.00 for 8.30am and will finish by 9.45am. Booking is on a first-come-first-served basis.
Helping IoD members comply with automatic enrolment into pension saving - 13 May 2014
On 13 May the IoD, in conjunction with Scottish Widows, held a seminar on implementing automatic enrolment pensions. During 2014 and 2015 many small- and medium-sized employers must automatically enrol their employees into a pension scheme. Small employers whose staging dates are in 2015 should also be planning now to fulfil their new duties. An expert speaker panel, including Malcolm Small, the IoD’s senior adviser on pensions policy, and Charles Counsell, executive director of the Pensions Regulator, provided guidance on the topic.
Economic policy update - 3 April 2014
The IoD’s Chief Economist and Director of Policy, James Sproule, kicked off a new series of free monthly breakfast events with the objective of keeping IoD members up to date on current business policy issues. The presentation slides from this event can be seen below.
Making automatic enrolment work - Where have we got to, and what do we need to fix? - 28 February 2013
Commencing in October 2012 with the very largest companies, over the next few years ALL employers, regardless of size, will be required by law to offer a good-quality pension scheme, and contribute to it on behalf of their employees.