Employee Benefits Live 2018, Europe’s largest dedicated rewards and benefits event, has confirmed three prominent industry leaders to run a panel discussion on international sexual harassment and assault campaign #MeToo.
Gina Martin (pictured), writer and upskirting campaigner, Sarah Maskell, head of diversity and inclusion at the Royal Air Force, Andrew Armes, UK head of talent acquisition at Roche, and Elizabeth Prochaska, legal director at the Equality and Human Rights Commission, are all confirmed. They will speak as part of a panel discussion, titled ‘#MeToo: from a moment to a movement’, on Tuesday 2 October 2018.
The panel discussion will highlight how the #MeToo campaign impacts employers and the workplace, as well as explaining what organisations can do to be proactive in this area.
This session will form part of Employee Benefits Live’s extensive two-day conference programme, which will operate alongside a large exhibition to facilitate industry learning and networking with peers, providers and those at the forefront of the employee benefits and reward space.
Employee Benefits Live 2018 will take place on Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 October 2018 at ExCeL London.