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AI Policy Writing Workshop for HR

How to write and implement a workable and legal AI policy for your HR department

Date: Wednesday, 12th June

Time: 09:00 - 16:00  

Cost per attendee: £595 + VAT per attendee 

Based on research and feedback from our senior HR clients, this programme offers the first comprehensive look at how to develop and implement AI for HR policy, helping you navigate the post-AI Act landscape and ensuring you are mitigating the risks to your organisation of leveraging this revolutionary new technology.

With increasing hype around the potential of AI to transform the HR process, organisations are struggling to understand how to formulate a policy and ensure they are compliant. With almost 30 years of trusted HR training under our belts, plus a network of experts, we are the optimum choice to guide you through the process.

Workshop highlights include:

  • Content of the AI Act: preparation, timescales and implication for HR
  • What should be included in an AI policy?
  • Essential policy considerations: transparency, ethics, communication and supply chains
  • What can AI offer to HR: a comprehensive summary so far and how to stay abreast of developments
  • Identifying and mitigating risk 
  • Ethical frameworks to ensure your policy is fair and balanced
  • Tribunal claims relating to AI: key mistakes to avoid
  • Streamed sessions on policy writing, implementation and communication

Benefits of attending this AI policy workshop: 

You’ll leave this course armed with the knowledge to understand and mitigate the risks, as well as the potential, and we will give you a policy blueprint to work through and take away to maximize the practical benefits of attending.

Our recent AI for HR courses have sold out fast – now that the AI Act has been passed, we anticipate a huge rush to formulate policy. Book today and ensure you get to grips with the ethics, bias, governance, privacy, and security issues, as well as the content and communication of a compliant and watertight AI policy for HR.

Platform: Zoom - An encrypted zoom platform with password access: Click here for further information and to test access 

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Which functions will benefit from attending

  • HR, RECRUITMENT & RESOURCING, CEOS, CFOS, COOS, CHIEF TALENT OFFICERS, CIOS, CTOS, DIRECTORS AND SENIOR MANAGERS FROM BENEFITS, COMPENSATION, DEVELOPMENT, EMPLOYEE RELATIONS/COMMUNICATION, HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, IT & TECHNOLOGY, PAYROLL, TRAINING AND LEARNING AND RECRUITMENT.

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Schedule

Introduction & overview of the day

Elizabeth Smith

Elizabeth Smith

Director of Research
Business Forums International Ltd. (BFI)

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Elizabeth Smith

Director of Research , Business Forums International Ltd. (BFI)

Elizabeth is director of research and a founding co-director at Business Forums International. She is responsible for all programme content and writing, and researches current areas of interest for senior HR professionals in large organisations. BFI is the UK’s leading HR risk specialist conference and training provider, delivering key and timely information to over 3,000 delegates a year both through public and in-house training courses. Before founding BFI in 1996, Elizabeth specialised in researching corporate financial programmes in Asia and the Middle East, based in Dubai. She also worked in advertising and publishing in the Middle East and London. Elizabeth was educated in the West Indies, Saudi Arabia and Belgium before reading Modern Languages at Durham University. She is currently developing an online training course for line managers to raise awareness of menopause symptoms and ways that employers can work to make their workplaces more inclusive.

Content of the AI Act: preparation, timescales and implications for HR

Alistair Hayes

Alistair Hayes

Senior Associate
Lewis Silkin LLP

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Alistair Hayes

Senior Associate , Lewis Silkin LLP

Alastair joined Lewis Silkin as an Associate in 2020 having previously worked in the employment law team of an international law firm. He has experience advising employers and individuals on the full range of employment legal issues but with particular experience advising employers in relation to complex litigation and multi-jurisdictional projects. At Lewis Silkin, his area of specialism focuses on acting for employers in relation to restrictive covenant breaches, team moves and breaches of confidentiality. He works with clients in a broad range of industries but most commonly those working in financial services.

  • What HR needs to be aware of: The impact of the AI Act
  • Key takeaways of the AI Act (EU): implications and consequences for national and global organisations
  • Employers' implications for use: products and services for the HR function
  • Legal risks: getting your policy content right to ensure compliance
  • Key requirements and obligations for UK HR professionals
  • Understanding the four levels of risk: what needs to be in a policy?
  • What are the consequences of getting it wrong?
  • Data privacy and security: data handling and compliance issues to consider
  • Using personal and copyrighted data - essential questions

Essential policy considerations

Alistair Hayes

Alistair Hayes

Senior Associate
Lewis Silkin LLP

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Alistair Hayes

Senior Associate , Lewis Silkin LLP

Alastair joined Lewis Silkin as an Associate in 2020 having previously worked in the employment law team of an international law firm. He has experience advising employers and individuals on the full range of employment legal issues but with particular experience advising employers in relation to complex litigation and multi-jurisdictional projects. At Lewis Silkin, his area of specialism focuses on acting for employers in relation to restrictive covenant breaches, team moves and breaches of confidentiality. He works with clients in a broad range of industries but most commonly those working in financial services.

  • Key policy components: fairness, transparency, evaluation criteria
  • Supply chain issues to consider and include
  • Explaining and communicating policy and decisions company-wide
  • What measures do we need to take?
  • Bias and fairness assessments
  • The role of the AI ethics committee

Comfort break

What can AI offer to HR? A realistic round-up

Tess Hilson-Greener

Tess Hilson-Greener

CEO and Founder
AI Capability Ltd.

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Tess Hilson-Greener

CEO and Founder , AI Capability Ltd.

Tess Hilson-Greener stands out as a leading voice and active thought leader in the evolving domains of HR, workforce development, and leadership. At the helm of AI Capability Ltd, Tess not only explores but actively shapes the future of HR through the strategic integration of artificial intelligence. Her initiatives significantly enhance how AI is leveraged to optimise human resource functions and leadership strategies within global organisations with psychological insights. Tess is deeply committed to developing the next generation of HR leaders by creating clear career paths for AI professionals within the industry. By offering robust training programmes and mentorship opportunities, she ensures that aspiring professionals are well-equipped to manage and innovate at the intersection of AI and human resources. This focus not only prepares individuals for future challenges but also ensures that organisations are more adaptive, efficient, and ready to harness the full potential of AI technologies. Under her guidance, AI Capability Ltd has become a beacon for ethical AI implementation, demonstrating how advanced technologies can be used to enhance employee engagement, streamline operations, and foster a culture of continuous learning and inclusivity. Tess’s work exemplifies how strategic thought leadership can profoundly impact both the present and future landscapes of HR and organisational development. Tess is fully committed to the ethical AI deployment in HR, emphasising the importance of human oversight to mitigate risks associated with AI, such as bias and privacy concerns. She advocates for AI to support rather than replace people in their roles.

  • Impact and potential for HR: maximising employee experience
  • Benefits and drawbacks: ensuring you’re fully prepared
  • What HR duties will AI replace: how, when and which HR functions will be automated?
  • Managing recruitment, onboarding and retirement processes
  • Guardrails and parameters around using AI for applications: identifying and managing AI-generated applications
  • Learning and development: key strategies to upskill staff
  • People analysis
  • Realistic expectations of AI in performance management: medium and long-term
  • What is the potential: what are other organisations doing?
  • Where do the risks lie?
  • Target setting and performance management
  • Decision-making and automation for: allocation and monitoring of tasks
  • Making decisions on pay: where will AI add real value?
  • Will AI reduce the value and safety of HR roles?

Identifying and mitigating risk from AI: the HR perspective

Tess Hilson-Greener

Tess Hilson-Greener

CEO and Founder
AI Capability Ltd.

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AI Capability Ltd. logo

Tess Hilson-Greener

CEO and Founder , AI Capability Ltd.

Tess Hilson-Greener stands out as a leading voice and active thought leader in the evolving domains of HR, workforce development, and leadership. At the helm of AI Capability Ltd, Tess not only explores but actively shapes the future of HR through the strategic integration of artificial intelligence. Her initiatives significantly enhance how AI is leveraged to optimise human resource functions and leadership strategies within global organisations with psychological insights. Tess is deeply committed to developing the next generation of HR leaders by creating clear career paths for AI professionals within the industry. By offering robust training programmes and mentorship opportunities, she ensures that aspiring professionals are well-equipped to manage and innovate at the intersection of AI and human resources. This focus not only prepares individuals for future challenges but also ensures that organisations are more adaptive, efficient, and ready to harness the full potential of AI technologies. Under her guidance, AI Capability Ltd has become a beacon for ethical AI implementation, demonstrating how advanced technologies can be used to enhance employee engagement, streamline operations, and foster a culture of continuous learning and inclusivity. Tess’s work exemplifies how strategic thought leadership can profoundly impact both the present and future landscapes of HR and organisational development. Tess is fully committed to the ethical AI deployment in HR, emphasising the importance of human oversight to mitigate risks associated with AI, such as bias and privacy concerns. She advocates for AI to support rather than replace people in their roles.

  • Employee data and privacy: where might potential misuse occur?
  • Reduced human interaction: avoiding harm to employee wellbeing
  • Areas of possible bias and discrimination: what policies can mitigate these risks?
  • Avoiding claims and tribunals: challenges, unfair treatment and processes
  • Potential employee misuse: where might it occur and how to avoid it through effective policy and practice
  • Auditing your policy: who, when, how
  • Potential employee misuse: where might it occur and how to avoid it through effective policy and practice
  • Collecting and safeguarding employee data

Comfort break

The future of employment tribunal claims relating to AI

Tess Hilson-Greener

Tess Hilson-Greener

CEO and Founder
AI Capability Ltd.

View Bio
AI Capability Ltd. logo

Tess Hilson-Greener

CEO and Founder , AI Capability Ltd.

Tess Hilson-Greener stands out as a leading voice and active thought leader in the evolving domains of HR, workforce development, and leadership. At the helm of AI Capability Ltd, Tess not only explores but actively shapes the future of HR through the strategic integration of artificial intelligence. Her initiatives significantly enhance how AI is leveraged to optimise human resource functions and leadership strategies within global organisations with psychological insights. Tess is deeply committed to developing the next generation of HR leaders by creating clear career paths for AI professionals within the industry. By offering robust training programmes and mentorship opportunities, she ensures that aspiring professionals are well-equipped to manage and innovate at the intersection of AI and human resources. This focus not only prepares individuals for future challenges but also ensures that organisations are more adaptive, efficient, and ready to harness the full potential of AI technologies. Under her guidance, AI Capability Ltd has become a beacon for ethical AI implementation, demonstrating how advanced technologies can be used to enhance employee engagement, streamline operations, and foster a culture of continuous learning and inclusivity. Tess’s work exemplifies how strategic thought leadership can profoundly impact both the present and future landscapes of HR and organisational development. Tess is fully committed to the ethical AI deployment in HR, emphasising the importance of human oversight to mitigate risks associated with AI, such as bias and privacy concerns. She advocates for AI to support rather than replace people in their roles.

  • Biased data will give biased output: key mistakes to avoid
  • GDPR and automated decisions: what are your employees rights and how to ensure they are protected
  • Where might weaknesses lie in confidentiality, accuracy and equality?
  • Talent and recruitment discrimination: basic mistakes to avoid
  • Criteria to review AI-assisted decisions: what needs to be in your policy?
  • When and why you might overrule AI-assisted decisions
  • Communicating policy and transparency to avoid claims and reputational damage
  • Current and future cases and lessons learned: Manjang v Uber

Lunch

Streamed sessions on policy writing, implementation and communication

Tess Hilson-Greener

Tess Hilson-Greener

CEO and Founder
AI Capability Ltd.

View Bio
AI Capability Ltd. logo

Tess Hilson-Greener

CEO and Founder , AI Capability Ltd.

Tess Hilson-Greener stands out as a leading voice and active thought leader in the evolving domains of HR, workforce development, and leadership. At the helm of AI Capability Ltd, Tess not only explores but actively shapes the future of HR through the strategic integration of artificial intelligence. Her initiatives significantly enhance how AI is leveraged to optimise human resource functions and leadership strategies within global organisations with psychological insights. Tess is deeply committed to developing the next generation of HR leaders by creating clear career paths for AI professionals within the industry. By offering robust training programmes and mentorship opportunities, she ensures that aspiring professionals are well-equipped to manage and innovate at the intersection of AI and human resources. This focus not only prepares individuals for future challenges but also ensures that organisations are more adaptive, efficient, and ready to harness the full potential of AI technologies. Under her guidance, AI Capability Ltd has become a beacon for ethical AI implementation, demonstrating how advanced technologies can be used to enhance employee engagement, streamline operations, and foster a culture of continuous learning and inclusivity. Tess’s work exemplifies how strategic thought leadership can profoundly impact both the present and future landscapes of HR and organisational development. Tess is fully committed to the ethical AI deployment in HR, emphasising the importance of human oversight to mitigate risks associated with AI, such as bias and privacy concerns. She advocates for AI to support rather than replace people in their roles.

With expert guidance and reference to the issues covered in the programme, delegates will work through a policy blueprint, ensuring they leave the course with a policy pertinent to their own organisation with expert input on technical and ethical issues as well as content and communication guidance.

Areas covered include:

  • Impact of an AI policy on your existing current policies
  • Privacy, security and ethical considerations
  • Bias training
  • Impact on job roles
  • What does a comprehensive policy contain?
  • How to keep your policy updates: staying abreast of national and global changes

Comfort break

Feedback from streamed session

Tess Hilson-Greener

Tess Hilson-Greener

CEO and Founder
AI Capability Ltd.

View Bio
AI Capability Ltd. logo

Tess Hilson-Greener

CEO and Founder , AI Capability Ltd.

Tess Hilson-Greener stands out as a leading voice and active thought leader in the evolving domains of HR, workforce development, and leadership. At the helm of AI Capability Ltd, Tess not only explores but actively shapes the future of HR through the strategic integration of artificial intelligence. Her initiatives significantly enhance how AI is leveraged to optimise human resource functions and leadership strategies within global organisations with psychological insights. Tess is deeply committed to developing the next generation of HR leaders by creating clear career paths for AI professionals within the industry. By offering robust training programmes and mentorship opportunities, she ensures that aspiring professionals are well-equipped to manage and innovate at the intersection of AI and human resources. This focus not only prepares individuals for future challenges but also ensures that organisations are more adaptive, efficient, and ready to harness the full potential of AI technologies. Under her guidance, AI Capability Ltd has become a beacon for ethical AI implementation, demonstrating how advanced technologies can be used to enhance employee engagement, streamline operations, and foster a culture of continuous learning and inclusivity. Tess’s work exemplifies how strategic thought leadership can profoundly impact both the present and future landscapes of HR and organisational development. Tess is fully committed to the ethical AI deployment in HR, emphasising the importance of human oversight to mitigate risks associated with AI, such as bias and privacy concerns. She advocates for AI to support rather than replace people in their roles.

Final wrap-up and questions

End of workshop

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