The vast majority of Organisations have some form of hybrid working now in operation. In anticipation of the upcoming legislation on the right to request remote working, HR & Employment Law experts will discuss and explore the practical considerations of new ways of working, answer key questions and provide guidance for businesses on what they need to do and what they should consider in this area.
Why you should join this webinar? We will be discussing:
The latest update on the Government’s legal framework on Right to Request Remote Working
What other organisations are doing to manage flexible or hybrid working
Pros and cons 12-24 months later and learnings for organisations
What remote/hybrid/flexible working policies should include
What contractual changes are required
Can organisations agree to different arrangements across different people/How best to prioritise actions for small, medium and large organisations
Attendees will benefit from a rounded discussion and review of the new ways of working and the legal considerations. This will support key decision making and mitigate risks around implementation of more permanent working models that allow scope for review and amendment, if required.
This will be an interactive session with questions encouraged from attendees.
Who should attend:
Business Owners, Managers and HR Professionals and those tasked with the responsibility for managing change within their organisation.
Ronan Mac Giolla Phadraig, HR and Employment Law Manager
Ronan Mac Giolla Phadraig is an experienced HR practitioner with over 20 years of experience across all facets of the HR spectrum. He has held a number of senior roles in large organisations followed by a career in the HR consulting arena.
Ronan has implemented best practice HR policies and processes in organisations and led major change projects. He also has significant experience in the areas of restructuring, compensation & benefits, employment law, recruitment, talent management and succession planning.
He is committed to providing the best possible service to your organisation and being flexible to your needs.
Key Webinar Details:
Recorded 20th May 2022
CPD Credit: 1 hours
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