What is the future of work?

We don’t know for sure but it is very clear that the workplace is changing and that flexible/agile working is a big part of it. The pandemic has accelerated existing trends in flexible working and we will be asking what that flexibility actually look like? Could a four-day week be the answer? How has this changed the face of UK employment and what might the legal implications be for you as an employer?

The seminar, tackling of all these questions will be delivered by Harry Sherrard in collaboration with Liz Beck, CEO of Aspiring HR, a global consultancy specialising in HR, People and Team Development. 

In the seminar we will discuss:

  • whether it's appropriate or necessary to bring all staff back to the workplace
  • flexible or hybrid working arrangements
  • future talent pool expectations for hybrid working
  • how best to make blended working work (in terms of engagement and managing performance)
  • dealing with staff who request home working but have childcare responsibilities
  • implications of having staff work remotely from overseas
  • reasonable adjustments and long covid
  • whether it is appropriate to have a “no jab no job” policy
  • the lasting impact of the pandemic on working practices

During the session we will look in detail at all of the above and the social consequences of what has been a quite dramatic shift in the way that we all work. The seminar will also be an opportunity for you to discuss and share your experiences of this wide ranging topic with other delegates.

Tuesday 20th September , 09:30 - 11:30 at The Army and Navy Club – “The Rag”, Pall Mall, London

  • £156.00

    £130 + VAT per delegate. Payment accepted via UK issued credit or debit cards only. Otherwise, please contact us to arrange an invoice.

    Book now for 20th September