President, Axsium Group
Commercial Director UK, Axsium Group
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The Axsium WFM Forum brings together the best and brightest workforce management professionals in retail and hospitality.
Accelerate your WFM learning and build expertise by exchanging experiences and best practices with industry experts and peers.
Take advantage of our specially-programmed networking opportunities throughout the event, which includes an evening out in London!
Join us at Lord's Cricket Ground for the Workforce Management event of 2021!
Lord's Cricket Ground in London – frequently called "The Home of Cricket" – is the world's oldest and most famous cricket ground. In the Autumn of 2021, it will host the must-attend annual event in workforce management, the Axsium WFM Forum.
Beginning on 14ᵗʰ October with an optional pre-event dinner in West London and followed by a full day of networking, learning, and discovery on 15ᵗʰ October, there's no better time than the present to Register for this incredible event from Axsium Group.
Plus, interactive sessions with client speakers who will
share their workforce management successes and insights!
Over the last two decades, Bob has become one of workforce management’s most influential thought leaders. He is often interviewed by the press to comment on the latest industry trends and he regularly speaks on webinars and at industry events.
A trusted expert in the ever-changing global workforce management space, David is responsible for delivering many of Axsium’s most innovative service offerings to industry-leaders throughout the UK and Europe.
Network with a cross-functional group of WFM Leaders across Programme Management, Labour Planning, Retail Operations, Process Improvement, HR, Operations, Finance, and IT.
Dine with your peers during an optional pre-event dinner in West London on the evening of 14ᵗʰ October.
Organisations that have attended the Axsium WFM Forum include:
Optimising Your WFM System
This year's Axsium WFM Forum is squarely focused on three ways you can
accelerate your organisation's recovery from the pandemic.
Learn how you can configure and optimise your WFM system for new processes, changing labour demand, and new ways that customers are shopping as a result of the pandemic.
Better understand how store processes that have changed, how the pandemic has forced us to create new store layouts, and how new processes like click and collect have evolved your labour model.
Labour shortages are becoming increasingly problematic and are unlikely to be going anywhere soon. In this session, you will learn how to attract and engage new workers, increase colleague productivity, and reduce overtime expense.
Evolving Your Labour Model
Overcoming Your Labour Shortage