The future of homeworking and the workplace: getting the mix right

21 Jun 2022


In the post-Covid era, many organisations have embraced the practice of home and hybrid working and have seen happier workforces as a result. However, other employers have continued to struggle to get the balance right, to convince staff to come back to the workplace, or to work out their long-term strategy on this issue. This in turn can have negative effects on workforce morale, staff turnover and recruitment. In this webinar, we will talk about the employment law and HR implications of changing someone’s place of work, whether it is possible to compel a reluctant employee to attend the workplace, and will provide guidance on developing a clear policy on homeworking that is right for your organisation. We will also discuss the practicalities of managing employees when they are working remotely and what to do if this is affecting their productivity.

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Darwin Gray
21 Jun 2022
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