Human Resources Committee
Supporting our workforce
The Employment & Skills Committee acts in a consultative capacity with a number of private and government bodies during the course of the year to ensure Members have a view.
This active committee has consulted upon, provided insights and ran sessions on anti discrimination laws, changes to the main employment law, minimum wage, and the tribunal procedures. The committee is made up from volunteers with varied HR backgrounds so that businesses of different industry sectors can be represented.
Meet our Chair
Chair Employment & Skills Committee
As well as her work as the Chair on the Chamber Human Resources (HR) Committee Lorna works as an Executive Director at Law At Work. Prior to that she was Group Head of HR with the Guiton Group.
Lorna brings to the Committee over 20 years experience dealing with strategic and operational HR issues including employment law, employee relations, training and development, organisational development, recruitment and performance management.
Lorna is a Chartered FCIPD professional.