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UK: Awards and Conferences - Put work into perspective. - Learn how to encourage employees to balance work and home at a Management Today/The Times conference.

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Learn how to encourage employees to balance work and home at a Management Today/The Times conference.

Every aspect of our working lives is changing, sometimes making it difficult to balance work and life outside work. But what are the implications for business, organisations and indi-viduals? Find out at a Management Today/The Times conference.

Management Today and WfD have carried out extensive research in this area and their findings will be revealed at the conference which is aimed at senior managers and consultants. Chaired by Peter Birch, former chief executive of Abbey National, the conference will be held in London on 18 June, and will provide a comprehensive picture of the needs and expectations of today's managers. It will look at how to create a culture that encourages a more effective balance, resulting in a committed and motivated workforce.

Telephone Tania Cassell on 0171 413 4116 for further details.

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