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LONDON 9-10 July 2019
THE HE WORKFORCE – EXPLORING GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
A conference for members of leadership teams with responsibility for strategic workforce issues.
UCEA hosted the international HE employers’ conference in London on Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 July 2019. The event was followed by study tours on Thursday 11 and Friday 12 July.
This was the fourth international conference convened by UCEA (UK), Faculty Bargaining Services (Canada) and the Australian Higher Education Industrial Association. Previous conferences were held in London (2012), Vancouver (2014) and Sydney (2017).
SYDNEY 2-3 May 2017
UNIVERSITY WORKFORCE OF THE FUTURE – GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
This was the third in a series of international conference co-hosted by the Australian Higher Education Industrial Association (AHEIA), Canada’s Faculty Bargaining Services (FBS) and UK’s Universities and Colleges Employers’ Association (UCEA).
VANCOUVER 21-22 October 2014
IN PURSUIT OF SUCCESS & SUSTAINABILITY: DIRECTIONS FOR OUR ACADEMIC WORKFORCE
Faculty Bargaining Services (Canada)
Australian Higher Education Industrial Association
Universities and Colleges Employers Association (U.K.)
This conference, the second organized by these three organizations following a successful conference in London in 2012, is open to university leaders and to those who have responsibilities for or provide advice or information related to academic and labour negotiations and relations on behalf of management in universities.
LONDON 3-4 July 2012
MANAGING THE ACADEMIC WORKFORCE – GLOBAL CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
The Universities and Colleges Employers Association (UCEA) Conference “Managing the academic workforce: global challenges and opportunities” will take place in London, UK, from 3 to 4 July 2012.
The conference will explore and debate the challenges facing higher education providers, and their impact upon the management of the academic workforce. It will examine the common challenges facing higher education employers and provide an opportunity to explore the overseas operation and experience of different bargaining frameworks.
The conference programme, which will include plenary and workshop sessions, has been developed in partnership with UCEA’s counterparts in Canada – CAUBO/Faculty Bargaining Services – and Australia – the Australian Higher Education Industrial Association (AHEIA). The event is also supported by the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU).