Businesses responded positively to the sudden shift to homeworking caused by nationwide lockdowns. Fears about productivity and time management were mitigated, and the forcing together of home and work lives added an unexpected human element to working relationships. However, managers had to adapt to managing teams remotely overnight. Now, as lockdown restrictions continue to ease, a new challenge is coming into view; managing a hybrid workforce.
Our Strategic HR Partners, Richard Cummings and Amy Cretten have years of experience advising early adopters of the hybrid working model. They understand the challenges, benefits, and legal implications that you need to consider if you want to capitalise on the best of both worlds, allowing your teams to split time between the office and home. Join us to learn how to get it right and ensure that your working arrangements benefit not only your staff but your customers too. We will cover:
Tim Stovold, Head of Tax will be on hand to point out any tax considerations you need to make. We welcome your questions in advance. Please email them to Kirstin Stewart at email@example.com
Date: July 1, 2021
Time: 10:00 - 10:45am
Mandy Merron, Corporate Finance Partner
Richard Cummings and Amy Cretten, Strategic HR Partners
Tim Stovold, Head of Tax