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20 Mar 2024

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Mastering Fair Work: Why It Matters



Join us to hear how an an engaged workforce can drive business to success

This event is delivered in partnership with the Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce.

The most important asset of a business is its people.

In order to grow and develop this asset, leaders are implementing a new business culture and people practices to empower employees to reach their potential. A framework that can help businesses improve their people management is Fair Work.

During this session, we will hear from Alison Henderson, CEO Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce, about the practical steps they have taken to become a Fair Work employer and why an engaged workforce can drive business to success.

“Running a business of any size and being an employer means it’s important to balance the rights of the business & our employees…we always do what we can to adopt fair work policies, whether that is in supporting carers & parents, investing in ways to engage & empower our workforce, or paying the Real Living Wage.”


Join this interactive session that will offer opportunities to ask questions, discuss challenges and solutions, and network with peers.



08.30 – 09.00 Registration and Networking Breakfast

09.00 – 09.15 introduction

09.15 – 09.45 Case study presentation and Q&A

09.45 – 10.15 Group discussion

10.30 Close

Alison is CEO of Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce, a trustee of the Dundee Educational Trust; the George R Donald Fund and sits on the Advisory Board for the University of Dundee School of Business. Alison is Chair of the Tay Cities Enterprise Forum, Co-Chair of the Dundee Inclusive Economic Growth Strategic Leadership Group and represents business on the Angus Community Planning Partnership Board: championing business & employment opportunities across the region. She is passionate about business & the local community and works with partners on many projects to ensure that business voice is heard and represented. She is a Circular Tayside Ambassador, the project which supports many organisations across the region to be more sustainable and achieve their ambitions of growing enterprises, minimising waste and transitioning to circular enterprises.