Titanic, 1 Olympic Way, Queen's Road, Belfast BT3 9EPJoin us for the CIPD NI HR Awards 2020 gala at Titanic Belfast for an evening of celebration.
With more than 3,400 members across Northern Ireland, CIPD Northern Ireland works closely with our network of members, volunteers and stakeholders to develop the profession, build our policy relevance and reach, and to establish the voice of CIPD in Northern Ireland supported by our regional branch committee.
It's a great time to be a CIPD Member in Northern Ireland with a wide array of events and campaigns delivered by both our staff team and our committed volunteers, designed to raise the profile of the HR profession and the CIPD in Northern Ireland.
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We are establishing the voice of CIPD in Northern Ireland, for Northern Ireland.
We are working closely with our network of members, volunteers and stakeholders to develop the profession and champion better work and working lives.
We are building partnerships with organisations to strengthen HR capability encouraging workplace development, investment in skills, and building high-performance workplaces.
We are engaging on the policy agenda and regional specific issues to put CIPD’s vision of 'championing better work and working lives' at the heart of the HR, business and policy conversation.
We are organising conferences, events and networks to help individuals gain insights, engage with experts, and network with your peers, as well as continuing your professional development.
We are building a local community for HR and L&D Professionals in Northern Ireland to engage, share learning, experiences and expertise at all career levels.
Over the coming months, we have a great variety of events and networking opportunities across the region, including our regional annual conference, annual awards, roundtable discussions, HR Leader Network events and branch events throughout the year.
Access CIPD research that provides insight into the labour market and working lives of those living in Northern Ireland.
Supplement to UK Working Lives, providing an overview of the key findings and people practice points as contextualised for Northern Ireland
An overview of the main differences in employment law between Northern Ireland and Great Britain (made up of England, Scotland and Wales)
There's no shortage of data telling a story around a skills mismatch between employers and the labour force
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