People at the Centre: Remote, but Not Distant – Appraisals, Pay and HR Tech

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    With working from home set to continue for the foreseeable part of 2020, we turn to the third part of our webinar panel events on remote working, which focuses on appraisals, pay and HR tech.

    The panel will look at the topics of remuneration and reward mechanisms in the absence of traditional methods of assessment, as well as the role of HR tech, in particular, how it can best assist HR teams and businesses in the “new normal” of a dispersed and/or hybrid workforce. As ever, our panellists Mel Robinson of ADP and Stuart Martin of IBM will share their experiences, while David Regan of Squire Patton Boggs will provide a steer on what you can do from a legal perspective.

    Join us for what promises to be yet another highly insightful discussion!

    David Regan (Chair) – David is a director in the Labour & Employment team at Squire Patton Boggs and leads a number of the firm’s wellbeing initiatives, including on mental health. David has helped numerous clients connect, share and discuss key issues relating to remote working and the management of employees throughout lockdown, including running a number of panel webinars and small group sessions on the topic.

    Stuart Martin – Stuart is a partner in the Talent and Transformation team at IBM and has significant experience with assisting clients in pivoting to agile working, as well as advising clients on future-proofing their HR and talent processes. Stuart will share with us some of the challenges that IBM’s clients have faced, as well as the latest IBM research in this area.

    Mel Robinson – Mel is a senior director and HR business partner for ADP, with responsibility for global field- and office-based teams. Having recently managed these teams through a transition to remote working as a result of COVID-19, Mel will share her experiences of this transition, as well as how she and her team have assisted line managers with keeping two diverse groups of employees engaged and focused through these challenging times.