Thank you for attending our networking event with WorkBuzz!
We enjoyed seeing you at this year’s event, and hope you found the insights valuable.

For the first time in history, many workplaces span six generations (6G): from octogenarians of the Silent Generation still working — and in some cases in key leadership roles — to teenagers of the emerging Generation Alpha who will be pursuing their first jobs and apprenticeships. In between are Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z.

Organisations need to adapt and think differently for this unprecedented age span. If businesses fail to engage with this new six-generation (6G) reality, organisational chaos and decline could be the result.

Join us for a breakfast networking event that explores reward strategies and Employee Value Propositions (EVP) with evolving employee needs of 6G. Delve into the impact of flexible work arrangements on satisfaction and engagement, and learn the significance of gathering employee feedback. From retail to hospitality, manufacturing to logistics, join us as we dive into the shifting landscape of the modern workforce.

27th June 2024

09:00am – 11:30am

Unity Place, 2nd Floor, 200 Grafton Gate, Central Milton Keynes, MK9 1UP

Why Attend?

  1. Exploring Flexible Work Arrangements and Benefits: Understand the impact of remote and hybrid work models on employee satisfaction and engagement. Gain insights into assessing the effectiveness of flexible work policies, flexible benefits and aligning them with employee needs.

  2. Harnessing Employee Surveys and Feedback: Discover the power of gathering direct feedback from employees through surveys and focus groups. Learn how understanding employee preferences can help tailor reward strategies and refine EVP to create a more compelling employee experience.

  3. Look at generations as cultures: Understand multigenerational teams often experience significant interpersonal tensions in collaborating across the generational divides: differences in norms regarding technology use, communication around giving and receiving feedback and perceptions of what “hard work” look like.

  4. Networking Opportunities: Connect with fellow HR professionals from across the UK to expand your professional network, share experiences, and collaborate on innovative approaches to reward and EVP.

Register your interest

With a limited number of spaces available, we encourage you to register your interest now to avoid disappointment.

Join our keynote speakers to discuss 'The Future of Work: Adapting to the 6G Workforce'.

Andrew Walker
New Business Development Director
Personal Group 

Ian Barrow
Client Services Director

Stefan Bartsch
VP of Sales

Meet our panellists:

Justine Woolf
Director of Consulting
Innecto Reward Consulting

Claire Harbord
Chief People Officer
Personal Group 

Paul Jones-Nolan
Group Head of People
San Carlo Restaurant Group 

Further information:

How do I travel to Unity Place?

Unity Place can be reached by private or public transport with direct train links to and from London Euston taking less than 30 minutes. Unity Place is an 11-minute drive westbound off M1 Junction 14 with lots of council parking nearby and retail parking (Argos & Sainsburys both have carparks nearby).

View more detailed travel information here


Public car parking is available on the City Side facing V6 Grafton Gate provided by Milton Keynes Council at a premium tariff (red bays) of £2 per hour.

How far is Unity Place from the train station?

Unity Place is directly across the street from Milton Keynes Central train station. The walk from the platform to the station-side office entrance will take a couple of minutes - you can’t miss it!

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