A recording is available online.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put flexible working at the forefront of both employers’ and employees’ minds.
As UK office workers are, once again, encouraged by the government to work from home where possible over the winter, is flexible working now set to be the “new normal”? If so, how are businesses preparing for this new world of working?
Join us for a virtual panel discussion on Tuesday 17 November 2020 when we will be joined by:
- Jane van Zyl, Chief Executive, Working Families, the UK’s work-life balance charity
- Rob Worrall, Head of People, BDO
- Cristina Galindo, HR Head and Co-chair Insurance Families Network
- Caroline Noblet, Global Co-Head, Labour & Employment, Squire Patton Boggs
This high-profile panel of speakers will discuss changing employee expectations, the benefits and challenges of implementing a flexible working culture, what the future world of work may look like and how flexible working can drive a more inclusive workplace, as well as take a look at potential legislative reform in this area.
This is a valuable opportunity to hear the experiences, views and visions of leaders in this area. We hope that you can join us for what promises to be an engaging and important discussion. This panel discussion is just one of a number of events we are running in our new “People at the Centre” initiative, part of our firmwide ESG series.
This webinar is suitable for legal and HR professionals, as well as managers.