About this event
Two years after the world began its response to Covid-19, one aspect of work is likely never to be the same again.
The ability to work remotely – for those where their job allows it – marks a paradigm shift. “Going to work” no longer necessarily refers to a physical place, rather a state of engagement. Since Covid restrictions were relaxed in the summer, employers have embarked on hybrid working arrangements – going to the office some days, working from home on others. However, given recent announcements about Covid-19, it’s clear that working arrangements can change frequently and teams may sometimes need to pivot to home working at short notice.
This Personnel Today webinar, in association with the people management platform Lattice, explores how HR teams can ensure their staff’s hybrid working arrangements can achieve the best results.
Personnel Today editor Rob Moss is joined by Kelly Metcalf, head of diversity, inclusion and wellbeing at Fujitsu, and Seth Kramer, head of EMEA at Lattice.
Register now to find out what employees really want from a hybrid environment and how to make hybrid working inclusive and equitable, avoiding an us-and-them culture.
Attendees will also learn:
This 60-minute webinar includes a live Q&A which will include discussions around how HR teams can adapt to lead their businesses in an employee led market.
Seth is passionate about making work meaningful and creating people-centric cultures, while also helping others to exceed personal growth and development goals. Prior to Lattice, he held a number of senior sales roles including positions at SurveyMonkey and Eventbrite.
Kelly is passionate about creating an environment where everyone can be themselves at work, advocating the links between employee wellbeing and inclusion. She has held a variety of senior roles during her time at Fujitsu, including head of OD and change and HR generalist roles across Europe.
Responsible for the content across Personnel Today, Rob is an experienced business editor and has been hosting webinars and podcasts about HR, L&D and employment since 2006.
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