Both Jeremy Corbyn and Carwyn Jones will be speaking to delegates at Welsh Labour's conference in Llandudno today.
The UK leader will be speaking against a backdrop of continuing division within his party over his leadership.
Last year at Llandudno he was given a hero's welcome by activists but a much more muted reception by Labour's elected members at all levels.
Since then he's won, overwhelmingly, a second leadership contest fought against a Welsh MP, Owen Smith although that election hasn't settled the disagreements within the party.
The First Minister will use his speech to try to focus Welsh Labour's attention away from the party's ongoing problems and onto its efforts in the forthcoming council elections.
Carwyn Jones is expected to say that his Welsh Government will strive to make Wales 'a fair work nation' and to announce the creation of a Fair Work Commission.