JDA Living Wage Breakfast
Minimise the impact of the Living Wage by improving labour productivity and effectiveness

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As the Living Wage continues to put pressure on labour costs, retailers and hospitality companies are looking for ways to manage their workforce and store operations more efficiently, while maintaining a high standard of customer service.

Attracting and retaining the best staff, avoiding the wrong headlines in the press and reputational damage and financial penalties are all challenges in steering a successful path in the coming years.

Join us to hear from thought leaders in the industry and from retail and hospitality companies who have achieved significant labour productivity and efficiency gains and set themselves on a winning path.

Why you should attend:

  • You have survived the first year of the living wage, take this opportunity to hear how your peers are approaching the ongoing challenges this year and beyond
  • Explore practical solutions, processes and tactics that you can implement to meet the continued demand of your customers to ensure you meet these expectations
  • Network with your colleagues and share views on latest industry trends
  • 09:20 Session title tbc, Virgin Media
  • 09:40 Session title tbc, British Retail Consortium
  • 10:15 Wrap Up and Q&A, JDA Software

Event Details

Thursday, 25 May 2017

08:30 – 11:00

Pullman London St Pancras

100-110 Euston Road
London
NW1 2AJ

T: 020 7666 9000




Agenda:


08:30
Registration & Networking Breakfast

09:00
Welcome & Introduction
JDA Software

09:05
Retail and the National Living Wage One Year On
British Retail Consortium

09:35
The Impact of the Changing Role of the Store
JDA Software

10:05
Maximise revenue, minimise costs with JDA WFM
HEMA

10:50
Wrap Up and Q&A
JDA Software


  • TBC

    TBC
    Virgin Media

  • Tom Ironside

    British Retail Consortium


  • Jason Shorrock

    VP Industry Strategies,
    JDA Software

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