Dumfries & Galloway: Unlock the Power of Fair Working Practices: A Collaborative Workshop

Fair Work event


08 August 2024 10:00 - 14:00


  • Carmont House
  • The Crichton
  • Dumfries
  • Dumfries & Galloway
  • DG1 4TA



Join us for an engaging and transformative interactive workshop that celebrates fair working practices and empowers organisations to create a thriving workplace culture.

This workshop is a collaboration between Dumfries & Galloway Chamber of Commerce and South of Scotland Enterprise (SOSE).

Why Attend?

•    Elevate Your Workplace Culture: Discover how embracing fair working practices can contribute to a positive and inclusive environment. Learn practical strategies to foster respect, empathy, and collaboration amongst colleagues.
•    Boost Organisational Performance: Fairness isn’t just a moral imperative; it’s a smart business move. Explore the tangible benefits of fair working practices – everything from increased productivity to enhanced employee retention.
•    Small Tweaks, Big Impact: Sometimes, it’s the little things that can make the biggest difference. We’ll delve into some simple and powerful techniques that organisations can implement immediately for maximum return.  
What you will experience:

•    Interactive discussions: Engage with industry experts, thought leaders, and fellow participants. Share insights, ask questions, and explore real-world scenarios
•    Global perspectives: Break down geographical barriers! Connect with professionals from diverse backgrounds and gain fresh perspectives on fair practices.
•    Practical takeaways: Leave with a toolkit of practical tips, templates, and best practices. From flexible work arrangements to transparent communication, we’ve got you covered.
Who should attend?

•    HR Managers and Leaders
•    Team Leads and Supervisors
•    Entrepreneurs and Business Owners
•    Anyone passionate about creating a fair and thriving workplace

Lunch is provided.

Register your space

About the organiser

Dumfries & Galloway Chamber of Commerce and South of Scotland Enterprise