Not only are many us now working from home but it looks like this might become a more permanent feature in our future working lives.
Join Trish Embley from Pinsent Masons to explore homeworking as the new norm – what are the implications for HR policies and procedures if the workforce continues to be one that is homebased for some or all of the week. What are the risks and opportunities in how staff are managed. Are there new ways of thinking through the contract and contractual terms and conditions. How should change be managed when staff are remote and what about the perennials of grievance, discipline and bullying and harassment.
A link to join the meeting will be sent with your order confirmation. If you don't receive this please contact Gill Birch.
This webinar is part of the SummerWise* season of learning resources, webinars and blogs from some of our favourite sector voices.
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